Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce & Industry

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The Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce & Industry
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AbbreviationFPCCI
Formation1950; 70 years ago (1950)
HeadquartersKarachi, Pakistan
Region served
Pakistan
President
Mian Anjum Nisar [1]
WebsiteFederation of Pakistan Chamber of Commerce & Industry
Official Picture of FPCCI Head Office Clifton, Karachi

Since its inception in 1950, Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce & Industry[2] (FPCCI) has advocated and voiced the collective opinion, concern and aspiration of the private sector and offered helpful advice and solid assistance to the Government in its efforts to promote exports, encourage foreign investment and stimulate economic activity in the country. The FPCCI has its fingers on the pulse of the economy and serves as a bridge between the private sector and the Government.

The FPCCI is playing an active role in presenting problems of trade, industry and environment and safeguarding the interests of the private sector through constant dialogue with the Government.

The Apex Body of Trade and Industry and Chief Spokesman of the Private Sector

Membership[edit]

FPCCI has under its umbrella; 59 Chambers of Commerce and Industry,[3] 17 Women’s Chambers of Commerce & Industry,[4] 9 Chambers of Small Traders, 130 All Pakistan Trade Associations,[5] and 7 Joint Chamber of Commerce[6] representing Industry, Trade and Service sectors across Pakistan.[7]

Shows sector areas of the apex body

FPCCI offices[edit]

Federation Offices and its standing committees have the presence in all four provincial headquarters namely in Lahore, Peshawar, Quetta, including its Capital House at Islamabad to serve the interest of the business community at micro level.

FPCCI Capital House Office located at Islamabad inagugarted by Prime Minister of Pakistan Nawaz Sharif on 23 August 2016

International affiliations[edit]


Office bearers[edit]

Sr. Vice President Vice President Vice President Vice President Vice President Vice President Vice President Vice President Vice President Vice President Vice President Vice President Secretary General
Vacant
Qaisar Khan Daudzai
khurram Ijaz
Sultan Rehman
Dr. Arshad
Roohi Rizwan
Zubair Baweja
Nadeem Shiekh
Zahid Iqbal
Muhammad Ali Quaid
Jumma Khan
Abdul Qayum Qureshi
Dr. Iqbal Thaheem

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