Ministry of Commerce (Pakistan)

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Ministry of Commerce
State emblem of Pakistan.svg
Ministries of the Government of Pakistan
Agency overview
Formed 1973
Type Commerce development ministry
Minister responsible Khurram Dastgir Khan

The Ministry of Commerce Urdu:وزارت تجارت; reporting name: MoCom, is a Cabinet-level ministry of Government of Pakistan concerned with the growth of national economic growth and commerce development and promotion. It is governed by public appointed Commerce minister, who is required to be the member of Parliament of Pakistan. It also consists of bureaucratic staff, and its current government appointed Bureaucratic officer is Mr. Munir Qureshi. The ministry is headquartered in Cabinet secretariat, Islamabad capital venue.

Departments[edit]

Central Board of Film Censors[edit]

Central Board of Film Censors (CBFC)

Trading Corporation of Pakistan[edit]

Trading Corporation of Pakistan

National Tariff Commission[edit]

National Tariff Commission Current Secretary of National Tariff commission is Muhammad Shahid.

State Life Insurance Corporation[edit]

State Life Insurance Corporation State Life Insurance Corporation

Foreign Tade Institute of Pakistan[edit]

Foreign Tade Institute

Pakistan Reinsurance Company[edit]

Pakistan Reinsurance Company

PRCL is a public sector company under the administrative control of the Ministry of Commerce.
The Company is headed by a Chairman with a nine member Board of Directors.
Seven members of this Board are nominated by the Federal Government while others are elected from the business community enjoying excellent business credentials.
In addition, the management is supported by a strong team of professionals who handle the business affairs of the company.

PRCL's Role in Economic Development

The role of PRCL in economic development of Pakistan is significant. PRCL awareness of increasing requirements of insurance and reinsurance of a progressive economy is making great efforts in coming up to national expectations. This progress signifies the consolidation of the position, both at home and abroad, encouraging further expansion.

The voluntary cession to PRCL provides attractive and competitive terms to the local insurance Companies.

International Cooperation/ Business Relations

PRCL is actively collaborating and participating with its international counterparts in the field of insurance and reinsurance. This is being achieved under the aegis of Economic Cooperation Organization (ECO) with the object of reducing the outflow of Foreign Exchange and improving the standard of insurance and reinsurance services in the region. PRCL has been one of the pioneers and founder members of the Federation of Afro-Asian Insurers and Reinsurers (FAIR).

National Insurance Company Limited[edit]

National Insurance Company Limited

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