ISLAMABAD (PRESS RELEASE) Two day ICT Gala 2018 being organized by Pakistan Computers Association (PCA) concluded successfully at Technocity Mall. President Karachi Chamber of Commerce & Industry Muffasar Atta Malik along with PCA Chairman, Basharat Baloch, PCA Head of Exhibition, Mustafa Rawat, Vice Chairman PCA Asif Vohra, Vice Chairman South,
ISLAMABAD ( BMZ REPORT ) A delegation of Pakistan Computer Association (PCA) led by its Chairman Munawar Iqbal visited Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry and called upon the government to focus on the better development of IT industry that has the potential to stimulate economic growth and promote exports.
ISLAMABAD ( BMZ REPORT ) A senior official of the Customs Department has assured the computer industry that the formal/documented imports of computer vendors and IT industry will be facilitated for speedy clearance of imported consignments, as the sector is contributing handsome amount of duties and taxes at import stage.
ISLAMABAD ( BMZ REPORT ) Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Revenue Senator Haroon Akhtar Khan has said that the government is actively considering a budget proposal of the computer industry to fix duties and taxes on the import of laptops to check the smuggling of computer equipment. Responding to
ISLAMABAD ( BMZ REPORT ) The newly elected president of the Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce (FPCCI) Abdul Rauf Alam has said that the computer industry in Pakistan plays a significant role in the development and the progress of the overall economy of Pakistan. He said this on the
ISLAMABAD ( BMZ REPORT ) The recent data released by Information technology industry of various countries should be an eye opener for all the stakeholders in computer and IT industry in Pakistan. Pakistan Computer Association (PCA) has always been voicing for utilization of the real potential of industry to boost
ISLAMABAD ( BMZ REPORT ) Trade Development Authority Pakistan (TDAP) Chief Executive SM Munir has urged the computer and IT related business community to take new initiatives to enhance the role of this crucial sector of economy at par with various other countries in the region. He was talking to
ISLAMABAD ( ABRAR MUSTAFA ) Munawar Iqbal, Chairman Pakistan Computer Association (PCA), presiding over a meeting of the Association in Islamabad, has emphasized the need to rationalize the existing tax structure in the country to generate additional revenue in the government tax next. Meanwhile, the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR)
ISLAMABAD ( ABRAR MUSTAFA ) The effective rate of sales tax and customs duty on computer sector would increase through rationalization of duties/taxes on import of computer equipment by bringing smuggled imports into the formal regime and reducing cost of legitimate importers. Munawar Iqbal, Chairman Pakistan Computer Association PCA, in
ISLAMABAD ( ABRAR MUSTAFA ) A spokesman of the Pakistan Computer Association in a statement issued in Islamabad has demanded of the Competition Commission of Pakistan (CCP) to immediately take notice of a deliberate move by Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) and Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) to hinder the business
ISLAMABAD ( BMZ REPORT ) Pakistan Computer Association has expressed grave concerns over the reported act of harassment by FBR’s Intelligence & Investigation Wing of Inland Revenue, against the entire commercial importers of Information Technology. Pakistan Computer Association (PCA) has said that FBR in this regard has claimed that the agency