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Minister promises resolve questions of tractor building, tech sector

LAHORE: Federal Minister for Industry and production Syed Murtaza Mahmoud promised to discuss issues faced tractor industry and technology sector with corresponding ministries so that resolve them soon.

minister expressed those views in separate meetings for office of Millat Tractors Limited (MLT) and Airlink Communication Limited, a smartphone manufacturing facility in Quaid-e-Azam Industrial Zone, Kot Lakhpat, on Monday.

During the meeting with Millat Group Chairman Sikander Mustafa Khan, Chief Executive Officer Irfan Akil and senior director, minister was informed about the problems being solved faced tractor industry, especially latest SRO 563, which was feared force closing of industry.

Murtaza was informed that MTL had market share of more more than 60 percent, which indicates customer satisfaction and trust in its quality, and the company also expanded its products range.

minister appreciated the efforts of ILT for achievement more than 90 percent removal level in tractors, as a result in preservation of precious foreign exchange reserves.

Meanwhile during the meeting with Airlink Communication Limited Chairman Aslam Hayat Piracha and CEO Muzzaffar Hayat Piracha Murtaza Mahmood stated that technology It has great importance in economic growth of any country.

government focused on stimulation of local production for creating employment opportunities and export promotion, it added.

Mahmoud said: We want take the country forward by ensuring sustainable economic growth and companies like AirLink are playing part of them in innovation and global leading brands in Pakistan. It’s just like that of growth we want to see in future”.

Muzzaffar H. Piracha said: “We are focused on strengthening local production in Pakistan. Our main goal is to export smartphones from Pakistan, which will change game together on on a larger scale.”

AirLink’s manufacturing facilities have built thousands of jobs and encourage R&D (research and development) culture and innovation in industry, he added.

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