3 more Smartphone Manufacturing Plants to be set up in Pakistan soon

Technology3 more Smartphone Manufacturing Plants to be set up in Pakistan soon

LAHORE, Pakistan: The Federal Minister for Industries and Production Muhammad Hammad Azhar has said that three more Smartphone Manufacturing Plants will be set up in the Country in near future.

Talking to media representatives in Lahore on Saturday, the minister said that a Smartphone Manufacturing Plant set up in Lahore will produce six million handsets annually.

The minister said that an increase in smartphones’ production will result in a decrease in the prices of smartphone handsets.

Hammad Azhar said that the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government has taken solid steps to curb the smuggling of smartphones.

The federal minister said that prior to the incumbent government, 60 to 70 percent smartphones came to Pakistan through smuggling.

However, he added that now not even one percent smartphones have been smuggled to Pakistan in the PTI tenure.

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