Business activities could be better revived by organizing trade fairs and festivals: President ICCI
Covid-19 pandemic has badly affected the business activities and ICCI was planning to hold a mega shopping festival in near future in the federal capital in collaboration with market associations for speedy revival of business activities
Islamabad: Sardar Yasir Ilyas Khan, President, Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ICCI) said that business activities could be better revived by organizing trade fairs and festivals. He said that the Covid-19 pandemic has badly affected the business activities and ICCI was planning to hold a mega shopping festival in near future in the federal capital in collaboration with market associations for speedy revival of business activities. He expressed these views while addressing a delegation of newly elected Office Bearers of Traders Welfare Association G-10 Markaz, Islamabad during their visit to Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
Sardar Yasir Ilyas Khan congratulated the newly elected market association of G-10 Markaz and expressed the hope that they would play an effective role in resolving the issues of traders in their market. He said that he was visiting various markets along with CDA Chairman Amir Ali Ahmed to identify the problems of trading community so that they could be resolved with joint efforts.
Speaking at the occasion, the newly elected President of Traders Welfare Association G-10 Markaz Abid Abbasi and Chairman Syed Kamran Kakakhel said that ICCI was playing an important role in resolving the problems of the business community and assured that their market association would fully cooperate with the Chamber in such efforts. They said that no development work was done in the markets for the last several years and stressed that ICCI should cooperate for the provision of basic facilities in all major markets including G-10 Markaz.
Abdul Rehman Khan Vice President ICCI, Ajmal Baloch President All Pakistan Anjuman-e-Tijaran, PTI Traders Coordinator Chaudhry Nadeem ud Din, Khalid Chaudhry, Azhar Amin, Ashfaq Chatha, Chaudhry Irfan and others also expressed their views on the occasion and emphasized the need to early resolution of the key issues of trading community to facilitate the growth of trade activities.
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