Steps taken to boost investment: CM aide

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SWABI: The Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf government has taken numerous steps for boosting investment and trade activities in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

This was stated by adviser to chief minister on industry Abdul Karim while speaking at the oath-taking ceremony of Anjuman-i-Tajaran, Swabi, on Friday.

The gathering was also attended by leaders of different political parties, members of Swabi Chamber of Commerce and Industry and officials of the district administration.

Mr Karim said the provincial government had provided various opportunities to investors in the Rashakai Economic Zone, which was situated at the junction of Swabi, Nowshera and Mardan districts. “The economic zone offers the best investment and profiting opportunities to entrepreneurs,” he added.

Mr Karim, who is also a businessman, said traders of the district should contribute to the economic progress of the province. He said there were various opportunities for flourishing business, and asked entrepreneurs to invest in different sectors.

“The present era is an era of competition and those who are lagging behind will be big losers,” he said.

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Mr Karim spoke about the provision of Sehat and Kisan cards and said Education Cards would be provided to the talented students to acquire knowledge in the premier institutions of the province. “We are encouraging talent and merit,” he said.

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