ISLAMABAD: Ahead of the next World Bank ‘Ease of Doing Business (EoDB) Index’ review in October, the steering committee of Pakistan Regulatory Modernisation Initiative (PRMI) on Thursday directed provinces to speed up the much-needed reform process.

The fifth steering committee meeting on PRMI was held under the chair of Commerce Adviser Razak Dawood to review the progress, briefing on implementation of regulatory reforms by provinces and review of regulatory guillotine activity under the National Coordination Committee on Small & Medium Enterprise Development.

Published in Dawn, April 9th, 2021

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