Danish envoy, secretary investment discuss trade, investment issues


Ambassador of Denmark H.E. Lis Rosenholmcalled on Asif Ikram, Secretary for Investment Department Government of Sindh here today at the office of Sindh Investment Department.

In the meeting, they discussed matters of bilateral interests specially opportunities in trade, business and investment between both the countries.

On this occasion Mr.AsifIkram, Secretary Investment Sindh highlighted the potential of investment in textile sector.

He said that there is a huge opportunity of introducing modern and latest technology in textile as well as in agriculture sector in Pakistan.He stressed that the potential of trade between both sides needs to be strengthened.

The secretary investment highlighted the opportunities of trade business and investment in agri, aqua, energy and other related sectors.

“Sindh province is blessed with natural resources like, coal and gas, marble, granite, lime stone besides Sindh has various opportunities in agribusiness, cold storage, health, education and other sectors”, said Secretary Investment Asif Ikram.

He mentioned that Sindh government is keenly working on all the aspects of ease of doing business reforms and in this regard World Bank has appreciated the efforts of Sind government.

Her Excellency showed her interest to improve trade volume in various sectors.The ambassador and the secretary investment agreed to continue dialogue and coordination in this regard.


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