2000 investors show interest in setting industrial units in Rashakai

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Staff Reporter
Islamabad

The Rashakai Special Economic Zone under the CPEC is getting very encouraging response as more than 2000 investors have shown interest in establishing their industrial units in the zone, according to a high-level meeting held here.

Quoting the meeting’s sources, Gwadar Pro reported on Saturday that the applications from all such investors to set up their units would be processed in a transparent manner to allocate appropriate space within the zone, said an official statement issued after progress review meeting on the development and groundbreaking of Rashakai SEZ.

The meeting was presided over by Minister for Planning, Development and Special Initiatives Asad Umar, and was attended by provincial finance Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Taimur Khan Jhagra and senior officials of the federal and provincial governments.
The meeting reviewed the work progress at the SEZ.

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