President Alvi urges Singapore’s tech entrepreneurs to invest in Pakistan


ISLAMABAD – President Dr. Arif Alvi has urged Singapore’s tech companies to invest in Pakistan as it possessed adequate tech talent and its economy is becoming more conducive to foreign investment.

Pakistan offers huge investment opportunities in the fields of IT and digitalization, and international companies need to benefit from the business-friendly climate of the country, he said it during a virtual meeting with Singapore-based technology entrepreneurs.

The president said the government is focusing on digitalization, data integration, and cyber security and facilitating foreign investors through one window facilities.

Alvi also lauded the government’s commitment to facilitate and support foreign investment in the technology sector by establishing Special Technology Zones and improving the Ease of Doing Business.

The meeting was informed that enormous opportunities exist in Pakistan for tech companies to work in the areas of App Development, AI-based digital identity solutions, digital payments, e-commerce, and digital remittance platforms.

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