Malaysia working with Pakistan on JVs, technology transfers

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Staff Reporter

Karachi

Consulate General of Malaysia Khairul Nazran Abd Rahman has said that we are working together with Pakistan on joint venture and technology transfer. He highlighted that Malaysian investors and tourists want to visit Pakistan and mentioned that the close proximity between the Prime Ministers of both countries also brings warmth in bilateral relations.
He expressed these views while addressing the Korangi Association of Trade and Industry (KATI). On the occasion, President of KATI Sheikh Umer Rehan, Chairman and CEO KITE DMC Zubair Chhaya, Chairman KATI Standing Committee on Diplomatic Affairs Masood Naqi, Senior Vice President Mohammad Ikram Rajput and Vice President Syed Wajid Hussain welcomed the Consul General on his arrival. President KATI Sheikh Umer Rehan viewed that deep brotherly relations exist between Pakistan and Malaysia, and there are bright prospects for taking business relationships to greater heights.
He said that friendship between Prime Minister Imran Khan and Prime Minister Malaysia Mahathir Muhammad is very cordial and our entire nation is full of support for Malaysia’s strong support to Malaysia on international forums. Sheikh Umer Rehan said that after the improvement of law and order, there were numerous opportunities for mutual cooperation and investment for Malaysian investors in Pakistan’s industrial, agricultural and SME sectors.