Lahore: The Small & Medium Enterprises Development Authority (SMEDA) and Sarhad Chamber of Commerce & Industry (SCCI) have fast-tracked their efforts to develop a proposed Business Facilitation Centre (BFC), a news source reported. This project is geared towards resolving the issues of the business community in line with the government’s ease of doing business initiative under the ‘one-window’ operational model.
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In this regard, SCCI President Engineer Maqsood Anwar Pervaiz chaired a meeting at the chamber house to review the progress of the proposed initiative. The officials concerned suggested to launch a web portal to connect the centre with all the relevant government departments.
The SCCI President stated that the BFC would play a significant role in resolving the business community’s issues, facilitating industrialisation, and attracting investment.
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During the meeting, SMEDA General Manager (GM) Outreach Javed Khattak presented several ideas and recommendations for the BFC project – all of which were unanimously agreed to.