Lahore: Umar Ashraf Mughal, President of the Gujranwala Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GCCI), said on Sunday that the Rs. 6 billion Lahore-Gujralwala Motorway will play a critical role in connecting the local industrial zone to the rest of the country’s industrial towns via motorways and other routes.

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He said that the construction of this road will also connect Gujranwala and Sialkot, the country’s two largest industrial hubs, which would be mutually advantageous to local industrial enterprises. Gujranwala, according to Mughal, has a large potential for light and heavy engineering items at the local level, which may boost domestic exports.

He claims that engineering items account for 51% of world exports and that there are significant prospects to expand our exports. He added that locally made auto-rickshaws and motorbikes are now sold to international markets, particularly to African nations, and that he hoped for their expansion in the future.

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The GCCI president stated that with the government’s assistance and other facilities, Gujranwala’s local industry may help Pakistan gain a significant place in the world of exports.

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