Prime Minister Imran Khan has directed the concerned authorities to accelerate the process of reforms to promote investment in different sectors.
In a series of tweets from the Prime Minister’s Office, PM Khan chaired a meeting of the Economic Advisory Council in Islamabad and focused on improving State-Owned Enterprises along with making sure that business is done with ease.
He also called for the diversification of exports and import substitution.
The premier said the government is putting a special emphasis on the gas and mineral sectors along with encouraging the investment of overseas Pakistanis in certain sectors of the economy that are of high priority.
The Economic Advisory Council has identified fourteen priority sectors for reforms in order to enhance the growth rate to 6% and the investment to GDP ratio to 20% from 15% in the next three years.