Sindh establishes SEZs to boost economy: Qasim

Staff Reporter

Special Assistant to CM Sindh on Board of Invest-ment and Private Public Partnership Projects Syed Qasim Naveed Qamar has said that Sindh govern-ment has established Special Economic Zones in the province to boost up economy of the province and the purpose of these zones is to attract investors to Sindh in order to create more employment opportu-nities and prosperity as well.

He stated this while talking to CEO Sindh Eco-nomic Zones Management Company (SEZMC) Abdul Azeem Uqaili here in his office on Friday.

On the occasion, Abdul Azeem Uqaili briefed Spe-cial Assistant to CM Sindh on Dhabeji Special Eco-nomic Zone Project in detail.

He told that government of Sindh had earmarked 1530 acres of land to be developed as Dhabeji Spe-cial Economic Zone (DSEZ) in Thatta, a Priority Project under China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), which would facilitate the potential inves-tors of China and other countries to either start new enterprises or transfer their facilities to Pakistan.

Syed Qasim Naveed Qamar appreciated the meas-ures taken for boosting economic activities in Sindh and expressed his hope that these economic zones would bring very positive change in the economy of Sindh and ultimately we would see a prosperous Sindh.

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