Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce and Industry and Pak-Russia Business Council agreed to establish Display Centre Pakistan House in Orient Petersburg Moscow
Karachi: FPCCI and Pak-Russia Business Council agreed to establish Display Centre “Pakistan House” in Orient Petersburg Moscow
Senator Haji Ghulam Ali, President FPCCI met with the officials of Tiag Proom Company.
“To provide modern technology to Pakistan steel mill for making profitable company is our heartiest wish” -Rizichenko
“We are trying to make Pakistan Steel mills profitable as soon as possible in order to save from loss”-Senator Haji Ghulam Ali
A business delegation met with the Director of Tiag Proom export company and officials of Pakistan Russia Business Council under the leadership of Senator Haji Ghulam Ali, President FPCCI. Transfer of modern technology to Pakistan Steel Mills, increase in annual Production capacity and other related matters were discussed. It was also agreed to open Display Center with the name of Pakistan House in Orient Petersburg Moscow.
The delegation included Mr. Fazl-e-Elahi, Vice President FPCCI; Mr. Abdul Rauf Tabbani, Chairman Pak-Russia Business Council; Mr. Shahid ur Rehman, Chairman, FPCCI Standing Committee Mines and Minerals; Mr. Shahid ur Rehman; Mr. Ata ur Rehman; Mr. Abdul Bari Qureshi; Mr. Abdul Rehman Tabbani; Mr. Asif Saeed; Mr. Irshad Ahmed Swati; Mr. Qaiser, Mr. Tariq Amjad Khan, Mr. Muhammad Akram; Mr. Iqbal Sherkhani and others.
The President FPCCI informed Mr. Rizichenko, Director Tiag company that FPCCI and the business community offered the Prime Minister of Pakistan to run the Pakistan steel Mills under private sector, which Prime Minister of Pakistan wholeheartedly accepted, and asked the feasibility report of Pakistan Steel Mills to run in private sector in order to save the country from the loss of Rs. 100 billion and to improve economic stability as well as enhancement of annual production in order to fulfil the local demand of steel. Director Tiag Proom Company talking to the delegation, said Pakistan steel Mills is a big project.
He further stated that with the new machinery and modern technology, the Production of Pakistan steel mills can be increased to 0.4 million tons annually, this will help in saving workers from getting unemployed. Pakistan steel mills would be profitable only in private sector.
He further informed to President FPCCI that it is necessary for the progress of mills that the audit of mill is conducted and a comprehensive report, which includes also the efficiencies and difficulties of the mills and information regarding technology, should be prepared.
He further stated that he has also talked to the government about the audit and report of mills. He added that it is his heartiest wish to provide latest technology to this project in order to make it profitable as it was constructed by his company.
Senator Haji Ghulam Ali, President FPCCI agreed to talk to Prime government for audit and the preparation of comprehensive reports, so that this project may be profitable and save the Mills from the loss of Rs. 100 billion.
Later on, Chairman and members of Pak-Russia Business Council met with delegation and hosted a dinner in honour of delegation. On the moment, FPCCI and Pak-Russia business council agreed to establish display center with the name Pakistan House in Moscow orient Petersburg, where Pakistani products will be displayed for marketing.
For more information, contact:
Muhammad Raza Khan,
Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FPCCI)
FPCCI, Capital Office, Islamabad,
Former President, Haripur Chamber of Commerce,
Founder President, Islamabad Chamber of Commerce.
Tel: FPCCI +92-51-2251891-3. Fax +92-51-251894
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