Pakistan’s economic trajectory offers immense potential for investments: PM Imran
DAVOS: Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that Pakistan’s economic trajectory offered immense potential for investments.
He was talking to Chairperson of Dogan Holdings Ms. Begumhan Dogan Faralyali who called on Prime Minister at Davos, on the sidelines of World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2020.
The prime minister said the government had embarked upon reforms agenda to facilitate investors and the government would provide all possible support for establishing businesses.
He said that Pakistan had been blessed with vast natural resources and offered great potential for investments. He invited Dogan Holdings to consider investments in energy and tourism sectors.
Special Assistant to PM Syed Zulfiqar Abbas Bukhari, Ambassador at Large on Investments Ali Jehangir Siddiqui and Permanent Representative to UN at Geneva Ambassador Khalil Hashmi were also present on this occasion.
Dogan Holdings is among the largest Turkish conglomerates operating in energy, media, industry, trade, insurance and tourism sectors.
Meanwhile, Chief Executive Officer and President of Sumitomo Corporation Masayoki Hyodo also called on PM Imran Khan at Davos.
Advisor to Prime Minister on Commerce Abdul Razaq Dawood, Ambassador at Large on Investments Ali Jehangir Siddiqui and Pakistan’s Permanent Representative to UN at Geneva Ambassador Khalil Hashmi were also present during the meeting.
Earlier, Imran Khan met YouTube Chief Executive Officer Susan Wojcicki in the sidelines of World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
Chief of Digital Pakistan Vision campaign Tania Aidrus, who’s also among the entourage of PM Imran, said they talked about supporting the thriving content creator community in Pakistan and how they needed to work together to promote responsible digital journalism.
PM Imran Khan also had an informal meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel on the sidelines of World Economic Forum in Davos on Thursday.
Angela Merkel invited Imran Khan to visit Germany.