Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif is optimistic about Pakistan’s potential in the Information Technology (IT) sector, aiming to elevate IT exports to a staggering $25 billion within two to three years. In a recent tweet, he expressed confidence in the country’s capabilities to emerge as a prominent IT hub.
The National Seminar on tapping Pakistan’s IT potential, organized under the Special Investment Facilitation Council (SIFC) banner, showcased the collective commitment to transforming Pakistan into an IT powerhouse.
The participation of stakeholders from both the public and private sectors laid the foundation for a much-needed IT revolution in the country.
PM Shehbaz Sharif emphasized that investments in the IT sector can yield quick rewards and play a vital role in alleviating unemployment. He voiced assurance that SIFC, encompassing a whole-of-the-government approach, would ensure consistent and predictable policies for the IT, agriculture, mines and minerals, and defense production sectors.
Furthermore, the Prime Minister stressed that irrespective of changing governments, the economic revival plan would be implemented with unwavering determination.
He pledged unfaltering support and a one-window arrangement to facilitate the growth of the IT industry.
PM Sharif called upon industry leaders to seize this opportunity and expressed his belief in their capacity to rise to the occasion.
The ambitious goal of achieving $25 billion in IT exports reflects the determination to harness the full potential of Pakistan’s burgeoning IT landscape.
With continued support from the government and the united efforts of stakeholders, the country inches closer to realizing its vision of becoming a prominent player in the global IT market.