ISLAMABAD (APP) - Adviser to Prime Minister on Finance, Shaukat Tarin on Wednesday said that government is planning to consider an institutional mechanism incorporating public and private sector representatives that could help resolve burning issues. "The government will provide direct incentives to the domestic investors and entrepreneurs who come forward to build the economy of the country", he told a delegation of the Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) led by Azhar Saeed Butt, chairman Punjab Chapter's FPCC&I who called on Adviser here the other day. Tarin said that both the sides needed to sit together to rationalise existing imbalances affecting trade and industry in the country. Tanveer Ashraf Kaira, Finance Minister Punjab also attended the meeting. The delegation explained to the adviser the ongoing structural and organizational issues concerning the finance and investment related operations of the LCC&I. It briefed the adviser about problems over frequent power outages to the industrial sector despite withdrawal of subsidy and making upward revision in power tariff. The subject of adequate gas supply to industry was also broached.         The LCC&I delegation also briefed the adviser on existing domestic taxation regime that currently merits government's special attention to provide an incentive based business environment to boost the province-based industry. The delegation suggested that power distribution companies should be advised to fix power supply and outages timings to support business and industry development in the country. Adviser assured the LCC&I delegation to take up the matter with power distribution authorities to ensure pre-agreed power supply timings to the industry. Adviser further assured that the FBR is being directed to facilitate tax payment mechanism by the business and industry organisations in a manner that tax payers and tax collectors feel bilaterally in sync with each other in national interest while adding to the national revenue. Adviser explained to the delegation of government's all out support for enhancement of trade and business plus industrial development in the country. It was agreed that presently Pakistan 's exports have registered a downslide compared with volume of export, impacting the economic balance. Adviser assured the delegates that government was planning to consider an institutional mechanism incorporating public and private sector representatives that could help resolve burning issues. Government has released necessary funds to the concerned organisations tasked to produce and augment power supply to national business and industry institutions. The problem has appropriately been addressed and shortly will be resolved through concerted efforts of all the stakeholders, he added.