ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Tuesday welcomed proposals of banks for revival of sick industrial units.
A delegation of prominent bankers of the country called on Prime Minister Imran Khan in Islamabad.
Prime Minister Imran Khan welcomed the proposals of the banking community particularly those related to the revival of the sick industrial units.
Adviser to PM on Finance Dr. Abdul Hafeez Shaikh, Adviser to PM on Institutional Reforms Dr. Ishrat Hussain, Governor State Bank of Pakistan Syed Reza Baqir and senior officials of the Government were present during the meeting.
The bankers apprised the Prime Minister about the issues concerning banking sector in terms of financing for accelerating the economic activities aimed at wealth creation and presented various suggestions to overcome issues being encountered.
The Prime Minister stated that the Government is working relentlessly for economic growth and sustained positive sentiments, domestically as well as externally.
The Prime Minister highlighted human resource potential of the country with enterprising youth in majority; we need to channelize their energies through skill development thereby enabling them to contribute towards economic development.
The Prime Minister said that the present Government is focused on reviving sick industrial units and promoting the SMEs, as they are essential for wealth creation and generation of employment opportunities.
The Prime Minister appreciated the proposals of the delegation and assured maximum facilitation.
The meeting was informed that Corporate Restructuring Company has been established to take over sick industrial units for the purpose of reviving the commercially or financially distressed companies thereby making them profitable with consultation of all the stakeholders.