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KP business community seeks participation in int’l trainings

KP business community seeks participation in int'l trainings

The SCCI chief also stressed the need for establishment of close liaison between Sarhad chamber, business and NPO office at regional level.

PESHAWAR: President of Sarhad Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Hasnain Khurhsid Ahmad, demanded of the National Productivity Organisation, a sub-subsidiary institution of the ministry of industries and production to ensure participation of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa business community in international training and programs.

The SCCI chief also urged the NPO to conduct capacity building training/programs for businesspersons belonging with different trades to enhance their business skills and technical knowhow to market their finishing products in a benefitting manner.

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 Khurshid made these demands during a meeting with Chief Executive Officer, National Productivity Organisation (NPO) Muhammad Alamgir Chaudhry here at the chamber house Wednesday.

The meeting was agreed to initiate joint ventures and training programs to enhance skills and capacity of businesspeople in the province. Similarly, Khurshid asked that the NPO should take initiatives to enhance capacity building of businesspeople in different trades so that would help them to promote their manufacturing products in a better way.

The SCCI chief also stressed the need for establishment of close liaison between Sarhad chamber, business and NPO office at regional level. He suggested that the NPO should organize a special Chinese language course for members of the business community to remove language barriers and facilitate easy interaction with Chinese investors, while keeping in view initiating a number of projects under the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor.

Earlier, the NPO CEO Alamgir Chaudhry apprised the participants about the major role and interventions of the organisation, especially on the National Productivity Movement. The senior official said that the NPO in collaboration with relevant institutions is taking steps to enhance capacity building of people attached with the manufacturing sector. The NPO CEO agreed with proposals and recommendations of the SCCI office bearers and assured that they will make all out efforts to implement their suggestions with true letter and spirit.

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