Govt to provide all-out support to US investors in Pakistan, says PM Imran

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Observer Report

Washington

Prime Minister Imran Khan has said the government will provide every possible support to the US investors in Pakistan.
He was talking to a delegation of Bower Group Asia led by its senior US Business Executive, which called on Prime Minister Imran Khan in Washington. Ernie Bower, CEO of the Bower Group Asia led the delegation that included executives from Cargill, Oracle, CHUBB, Cheniere, Western Union, Visa and Microsoft.
The Prime Minister informed the group of the tremendous potential for US businesses in Naya Pakistan and offered assistance in supporting US investors. He highlighted measures being taken to improve the ease of doing business in Pakistan.
The delegation thanked the Prime Minister for the opportunity to discuss the business and investment climate and informed about their companies’ business plans for Pakistan.
Meanwhile, US-Pakistan Business Council delegation led by Myron Brilliant, Executive Vice President and Head of International Affairs of US Chamber of Commerce called on Prime Minister Imran Khan at Embassy of Pakistan in Washington DC, says a press release received here today from Washington DC.
The delegation included Zia Chishti, Vice Chair of USPBC and Ms. Esperanza Jelalian, President USPBC and senior executives of leading US companies – Proctor & Gamble, Bayer, Face Book, Google, Cargill and others.
Talking to the delegation members the Prime Minister appreciated the contribution being made by the Council to Pakistan’s economy and also talked about new initiatives and reforms being implemented by the government to promote investment in the country.
He encouraged the member companies to expand their footprint in Pakistan and benefit from Pakistan’s strategic location, large consumer market and young population. Brilliant and other executives expressed their strong confidence in Pakistan’s economy and growth potential for US businesses and offered to help the government in its reform efforts where needed.