Business

LAHORE – The World Chamber Congress (WCC) for the first time in history has invited SAARC Chamber to participate in its 3-day international flagship moot commencing from Sept 19 at Sydney (Australia) where 12,000 chambers representing more than 100 countries will grace the occasion.


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Talking to media here Saturday, Vice President SAARC Chamber of Commerce and Industry Pak chapter and veteran trade leader Iftikhar Ali Malik said that its recognition and acknowledgement of the meritorious services and remarkable contributions rendered by the SAARC Chamber that World Chamber Congress extended invitation for 10th World Chambers Congress.

He said that a high level 45 members SAARC Chamber delegation drawn from different member countries including 35 from Pakistan will attend the moot.

He said that SAARC Chamber delegation will have direct interaction with globe’s most prominent leaders and brightest minds to transform the future of business. He said that the delegation will also avail the unparalleled opportunity in ever changing business climate and learn from the visionary wisdom of the leading tycoons attending the mega event with special focus studying today’s most significant global issues confronting business community worldwide.

He said that the event will help facilitate the exchange real world ideas and best practices on both chambers and business activities. He said that benefits from indispensable knowledge and interesting perspectives on a broad number of important topics filled including informative discussions in event.

He said the prominent speakers will throw light on the subject of “Business, Conflict and Terrorism” and this is the best world platform where Pakistan can convince the world leading businessmen of the sacrifices we have rendered against terrorism.

He said the world should recognize that Pakistan has lost trillions of rupees in war against terrorism and loss to business was much more than a simple calculation. He said prosperity and peace could not be achieved without terminating the menace of terrorism.