Korean companies interested to invest in Pakistan: Mukadam


Staff Reporter


Ambassador-designate of Pakistan to South Korea, Shaukat Ali Mukadam has said that many Korean companies, especially SME were interested to come to Pakistan for business and investment as they intended to move out of Korea, however, they needed information about cost of land and cost of setting up manufacturing units in Pakistan to enhance their presence in Pakistani market.
These views were expressed by him while talking to President Islamabad Chamber of Commerce & Industry (ICCI) Sardar Yasir Yasir Ilyas Khan during his visit to ICCI on Wednesday.
Shaukat Ali Mukadam said that there was good scope to increase the volume of trade between Pakistan and South Korea and urged the Pakistani manufacturers to concentrate on value addition of their products to promote exports to South Korea.

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