Role of FPCCI

Since its inception in 1950, the FPCCI has advocated and voiced the collective opinion, concern and aspiration of the private sector and offered helpful advice and solid assistance to the Government in its efforts to promote exports, encourage foreign investment and stimulate economic activities in the country. The FPCCI has its fingers on the pulse of the economy and serves as a bridge between the private sector and the Government.

The FPCCI is playing an active role in promoting economic activities as well as identifying problems of trade, industry, services, investments, environment and safeguarding the interest of the private sector through constant dialogue with the Government.


FPCCI has under its umbrella, 251 Trade Bodies (65 Chambers of Commerce and Industry, 24 Women’s Chambers of Commerce & Industry, 12 Chambers of Small Traders, 4 Joint Chambers of Commerce & Industry, 146 all Pakistan Associations, representing Industry, Trade and Service sectors).


In order to perform the above functions, there is a Secretariat, which has different Departments and Staff. The Secretariat is headed by the Secretary General.