Our Staff Reporter ISLAMABAD - Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani has said that Government was intending to launch various initiatives to attract investors to develop an organised, demand-driven skill development programme through public-private partnership. He has maintained that Government is keen to boost up the export sector of Pakistan and is exploring new markets and more export share in the existing markets. The Government, he added, is consulting all its trade partners for this purpose. The export driven financial system would ensure the economic stability. The Prime Minister expressed these views while talking to Makhdoom Amin Fahim, Minister for Commerce, who called on him at Prime Ministers House Tuesday morning. The Prime Minister observed that Pakistan has a huge and rich human resource, which can be exported to Gulf countries to tap labour market. He asked the Minister to contact foreign companies, trade houses abroad and local partners to know their demands and provide skills to the workers accordingly. The Prime Minister stressed upon the need of investor-friendly policies. He asked the Minister to take all stakeholders on board to formulate the policies to promote the public-private partnership. He also asked the minister to take steps to rationalise the prices of the inputs of various industrial sectors. The Prime Minister said the government in coordination with provincial governments plans to educate the farmers and growers about modern techniques of farming and value addition at their local farms. Such modern methods will help them enhance the quality of their produce and compete in the international market, he added. Makhdoom Amin Fahim apprised the Prime Minister about various programmes initiated by his ministry to attract potential investors. He also apprised him that a comprehensive programme in the services export sector has been devised by the Commerce Ministry and Royal Emirates Group of Companies.