The Turnaround Conference (TAC) will be held by the Ministry of Planning, Development, and Special Initiatives with the aim of uniting the country in addressing the nation’s present socio-economic problems.
These solutions would be focused on short-term outcomes, but if successful, they might be expanded to cover mid and long-term goals.
Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif will attend the conference as the principal guest on June 28 at the Convention Centre, according to a press statement from the Planning Ministry on Saturday.
The conference’s primary goal is to bring together all the key players who keep the development sector together with people from around the country.
According to Professor Ahsan Iqbal, the Federal Minister for Planning, Development, and Special Initiatives, “The goal is to receive input, comprehend, and address obstacles in Economic Growth in order to set the country’s economy back on track.”
Pakistan currently faces a number of domestic and foreign issues, which are made even more difficult by the current commodity supercycle and geopolitical environment. Short-term actions can work as a catalyst for accelerating growth because the current rate of economic expansion does not provide enough prospects for advancing the country.