Ahsan Iqbal receives award from Asian Productivity Organisation

ISLAMABAD: Minister for Planning, Development, and Special Initiative Prof Ahsan Iqbal was honored with an award by the Asian Productivity Organisation (APO) in Kuala Lumpur for his remarkable impact on socio-economic progress via policy-making, strategic thought, adept leadership, and administration.
He accepted the accolade during the 66th assembly of the Governing Body of the Asian Productivity Organisation in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia as the association comprises 21 nations, including Pakistan, stated a press release from the Ministry of Planning Development and Special Initiatives.
The recognition was bestowed upon him for his accomplishments throughout his various terms as a federal minister, realizing pioneering projects to boost productivity in Pakistan through global networks.
Ahsan Iqbal developed forward-thinking policies and guidelines that substantially advanced Pakistan’s productivity goals and overall progress. The accolade celebrates those who have made exceptional contributions to enhancing national or regional socio-economic efficiency through their endeavors, innovative concepts, and influence, it elaborated.
The Organisation, formed in 1961, advocates for productivity in the Asia-Pacific zone through collaborative efforts, committed to sustainable socio-economic advancement through policy advisory offerings in multiple sectors.

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