Finance Minister urges all political parties to agree to "Charter of Economy"
Ishaq Dar says the international investors are now eyeing Pakistan as key potential destination for investment.
Finance Minister Ishaq Dar has urged all political parties to agree to "Charter of Economy" to ensure continuity of economic policies with change of governments.
He was addressing the seminar on draft Companies Bill, 2016 in Karachi on Monday.
Highlighting economic achievements, he said the international investors are now eyeing Pakistan as key potential destination for investment and we have been able to break the shackles of economic isolation.
He said the China-Pakistan Economic corridor which is a 46 billion dollars investment, of which 36 billion dollars is private sector investment in energy sector, will usher in a new era of development and progress in the country.
The Minister said economic indicators have been positive, GDP growth crossed 4 percent and moving towards 6 percent, inflation is decades-low, while 60 percent increase in revenue collection has been witnessed in 3 years.