ISLAMABAD (APP) - The Adviser to Prime Minister on Finance and Economic Affairs, Shaukat Tarin here Thursday said that government would speed up its efforts to get international market access via NWFP and Balochistan, enabling country's industrial areas to develop into a wider industrial base to the benefit of investors and entrepreneurs. He stated this while talking to a delegation of Sarhad Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SCCI) led by its President Sharafat Ali who called on him here. The Adviser assured SCCI that government shall take into consideration NWFP Province Pharma Industry problems concerning duties-related reforms, modification in a way that it contributes to widen country's export base that finally would scale up country's economy. Government would shortly introduce a special industrial package for war-ravaged areas of NWFP Province that may include moratorium where needed, he added. Both the sides agreed that all stakeholder shall put in their best efforts to transform existing economic adversity into future prosperity, he said. Tarin said that government is working on establishing a National Business Council comprising 40 plus enterprising entrepreneurs to contribute to the nationwide economic regeneration. The delegation discussed with the Adviser multiple problems confronting the trade and industry of NWFP Province in the wake of global war on terrorism in Tribal Areas. The delegates suggested that the Federal Government, in view of geo- strategic importance of NWFP, should utilize foreign non-military assistance to bail out NWFP industry, focusing speedy industrialization to maximize province related development process. The SCCI delegation briefed the Adviser on recent cases of exodus from various parts of the province to the Provincial Capital exerting immense pressure on the infrastructure of Peshawar city. It was highlighted that the business community of the province is facing liquidity problems and the banks were reluctant to provide credit line for the working capital. Moreover, in order to boost exports to Afghanistan and minimize refund claims, the tariff structure on finished products may be modified and exports from EPZ areas be encouraged through providing security and related infrastructure support. Pharmaceutical Industry is an upcoming industry in the NWFP Province and warrants special fiscal encouragement package to upgrade production for domestic needs and export to regional states, SCCI proposed.