Prime Minister Khan to convene foreign-investors’ issues on montly basis

Prime Minister Khan to convene foreign-investors' issues on montly basis

Prime Minister Imran Khan informed a Chinese delegation of business executives that he will convene a self-review meeting once a month to assess and address their concerns.

According to media reports, the prime minister stated this during his meeting with the team on Monday. Pakistan’s small and medium-scale industries, according to the prime minister, can learn a lot from China.

“There is a need to focus on agriculture, fisheries, vegetables and fruits, high-yielding livestock, IT and technology, and small industries. The government will provide all possible facilities to investors,” he said.

The prime minister welcomed the group and said that the government has been working difficult to implement the Ease of Doing Business policy. Investors and administrative procedures are being made easier to invest in the country, he added.

The prime minister promised to convene a self-review meeting every month to address their concerns in a timely manner. He hoped that Pakistani companies might learn a lot from their Chinese rivals.

“Chinese investment will create employment opportunities in Pakistan and manpower will learn skills,” the prime minister maintained.

CEOs Easy Prefabricated Homes Pvt. Ltd, La Hee Trading International Pvt. Ltd, White Lavisation Pvt. Ltd, Zhengbang Agriculture Pakistan Pvt. Ltd, Exit Tech Pvt. Ltd, and CEO Challenge Fashion Pvt. Ltd were among the delegation members.

Nong Rang, the Chinese ambassador, was also present during the meeting. In attendance were federal ministers Muhammad Hammad Azhar, Shaukat Fayyaz Tarin, Asad Umar, Trade Adviser Abdul Razak Dawood, Special Assistant CPEC Khalid Mansoor, and top officials.

The group praised Prime Minister Imran Khan’s interest in Chinese companies and expressed a desire to invest in the country.

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