Islamabad: Prime Minister Imran Khan said that the government is prioritizing measures to increase economic activity in the country.
When he chaired the Prime Minister’s Priority Department Review Conference in Islamabad, he stated that the government’s focus is to strengthen investment in export industries to create job opportunities.
The Prime Minister stated that all government agencies are working together to provide a favorable environment for investors.
The meeting introduced in detail the progress of the second phase of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor.
It is understood that the gas and electricity supply work of Rasaka, Dabege, Alama Iqbal and Bostan Special Economic Zones is in full swing.
Electricity and gas are mainly used for industrial construction, and the remaining electricity and gas will be used for the further development of industry.
The meeting was also informed that a system for comprehensively reviewing the progress of the CPEC project and speeding up development work has been launched.
In addition, measures are being taken to increase investment in special economic zones by identifying export industries.
The Prime Minister instructed to complete all steps related to the second phase of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor within the specified time.