The federal government has formed the National Export Development Board with Prime Minister Imran Khan its chairman, a notification issued by the Ministry of Commerce said on Friday.
According to the statement, the board will monitor government policies to boost exports. It will provide strategic guidance to increase competitiveness in exports, review trade policy implementation and progress, it added.
Members of the private sector have also been included in the board as well as its Terms of Reference (ToRs) have also been issued.
Federal ministers for finance, planning, energy, industry and production, national food security, trade advisers, SBP governor, FBR chairman, Board of Investment chairman, secretary finance, commerce board secretary, FPCCI president, Pakistan Business Council chairman and Overseas Investors Chambers of Commerce and Industry president are members of the board.
Other important government and private sector members will be invited on a special invitation for the relevant agenda.
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