ISLAMABAD: Revenue Minister Haroon Akhtar Khan has said that the government will introduce new measures in the upcoming budget to boost textile exports.

Speaking to a delegation of All Pakistan Textile Mills Association, Haroon said if we have to grow at 7pc, we will have to enhance our manufacturing base.

He assured the government was keen to pay outstanding sales tax refunds and modalities were being worked out for their payment by the end of May.

“The prime minister is very keen on that as he believes the money should be where it belongs,” he said.

Published in Dawn, March 31st, 2018

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