Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif on Tuesday invited investors from Qatar to speculate in Pakistan’s energy, aviation, agriculture, livestock, maritime, commercial enterprise and hospitality sectors.
The prime minister, during a meeting with the best officials of Qatar Investment Authority (QIA) – one of the biggest sovereign wealth funds of the planet, highlighted Pakistan’s liberal and business-friendly investment policies during this regard.
He additionally urged the Qatari investors to explore the opportunities given by the China-Pakistan Economic corridor (CPEC) aimed at promoting regional connectivity and mutual prosperity.
QIA Chief executive officer Mansoor Bin Ebrahim Al-Mahmoud and Chief Investment Officer of Africa and Asia-Pacific Regions sheik faisal Thani Al-Thani depicted the Qatar Investment Authority.
The meeting was attended by federal ministers Syed Naveed Qamar, Marriyum Aurangzeb and Ayaz Sadiq, and Minister of State Hina Rabbani Khar.
Lauding Qatar’s speedy economic development under the visionary leadership of Qatar’s emir, the prime minister reiterated that Pakistan attached high importance to its relations with Qatar and needed to upgrade the historically heat political ties between the 2 countries into a comprehensive economic partnership.
He stressed the requirement to additional enhance bilateral economic and investment engagement, significantly within the renewable energy as well as star and wind generation generation, aviation, maritime, industrial and infrastructure development, and hospitality sectors.
He underlined Pakistan’s distinctive geographic and demographic benefits, that combined its strategic location with a large conservative market and an oversized masterly hands.
PM Shehbaz Sharif assured full facilitation to the QIA through clear and prompt processes.
As a part of the event, variety of shows were created by the relevant ministries lightness the potential of foreign investment within the fields of food security, energy, maritime, aviation, cordial reception and commercial enterprise sectors.
The prime minister appreciated the QIA’s rejuvenated interest in finance in Islamic Republic of Pakistan.
It was in agreement that selected focal persons on each side would closely follow-up on the key proposals for investments.
The prime minister invited Mansoor bin Ebrahim Al-Mehmoud and sheik Faisal Thani Al-Thani to go to Islamic Republic of Pakistan at their earliest convenience to create on the momentum generated by the visit.
Terming Islamic Republic of Pakistan a priority country, the QIA officers expressed their keen interest and readiness to actively pursue investment opportunities within the country.