NPO & FCCI agreed to keep close coordination among Productivity Movement in Pakistan

Islamabad, Dr. Khurram Tariq, President of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry Faisalabad, recently held a pivotal meeting with the esteemed CEO of the National Productivity Organization (NPO), Muhammad Alamgir chaudhry, Government of Pakistan. The meeting was convened to address critical issues pertaining to Pakistan’s current economic situation, analyze the factors contributing to the country’s economic challenges, and explore productive solutions to rejuvenate the nation’s economy.

During the meeting, Dr. Khurram Tariq expressed his profound concern about the state of the Pakistani economy, highlighting the need for a comprehensive understanding of why it has encountered difficulties in recent years. He emphasized the importance of initiating extensive training programs at the grassroots level as a fundamental step towards fostering economic growth and development in Pakistan.

In his statement, Dr. Khurram Tariq stated, “To ensure the future prosperity of Pakistan, we must begin by nurturing the potential of our nation from the very grassroots. This means investing in training, skill development, and education at all levels of society. Only through a well-rounded and skilled workforce can we hope to overcome the challenges that have plagued our economy.”

In response, the CEO of the National Productivity Organization underscored the organization’s commitment to addressing the productivity deficit in Pakistan and its role in steering the country towards progress. The CEO highlighted NPO’s ongoing efforts to enhance productivity and efficiency in various sectors, emphasizing their dedication to working collaboratively with government bodies, industry leaders, and other stakeholders to achieve economic revitalization.

The CEO stated, “The National Productivity Organization is actively engaged in a range of initiatives aimed at improving productivity and fostering economic growth. We believe that sustainable development is contingent on enhancing our nation’s productivity levels, and we are committed to collaborating with all stakeholders to make this vision a reality.”

The meeting concluded with a shared commitment to forging a strong partnership between the Chamber of Commerce and Industry Faisalabad and the National Productivity Organization, with a shared goal of developing innovative solutions to address Pakistan’s economic challenges and pave the way for a more prosperous future.

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