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KP enterprise delegation calls on Chairman FBR

A delegation of the enterprise neighborhood of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa led by Syed Jawad Hussain Kazmi, President of KP Chamber of Commerce and Trade (KCC&I) on Friday referred to as on Chairman Federal Board of Income (FBR) Asim Ahmed right here at Peshawar Customs Home.

President of KCC&I and Chairman Council of Border Commerce Chambers, Syed Jawad Hussain Kazmi knowledgeable the Chairman FBR concerning the issues being confronted by merchants throughout clearance of products by Pakistan Single Window System (PSW) and by completely different different departments together with Animal Quarantine Division (AQD) and Plant Safety Division at Torkham, Kharlachi, Ghulam Khan and Angor Adda border crossings linked with Afghanistan.

Kazmi welcomed the development of a world customary terminal in Torkham and stated that because of undue delay within the venture, the miseries of merchants had been aggravated.

He urged to make sure early completion of the venture by native employment to facilitate of merchants and native individuals. On this event, Chief Collector Customs KP Muhammad Salim, Director Transit Commerce Arbab Qaiser Hamid, Collector Appraisal Muhammad Ashfaq, Collector Enforcement Burhanuddin Ahmad Wani, DGI&I and different senior officers of FBR. together with Iranian Consul Normal and Business Attaché Peshawar, Afghan Consul Normal Peshawar Hafiz Mohibullah Sahib, Ziaul Haq Sarhadhi Sahib, Khyber Chamber Senior Vice President Sagheer Dad Afridi, Vice President Haji Zaheerullah Shinwari, Govt Director Mohammad Haroon Saber Sahib, Focal Particular person Pak Afghan Commerce Wajid Ali Shinwari, Hazrat Ali Shinwari, Ali Faisal and different Customs officers have been additionally current.

Within the assembly, barter commerce with Afghanistan and Iran was additionally mentioned. The delegations of the 2 Islamic brother international locations, the consul generals, the enterprise neighborhood and the Chairman FBR agreed that they might focus on with their respective governments to facilitate mutual commerce.

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