Prime Minister Anwaar-ul-Haq Kakar has encouraged China’s corporate executives to explore vast investment potential of Pakistan, especially in IT, agriculture, renewable energy, textile, digital economy and, mining and minerals sectors.

He said this during his meetings with a number of Chinese corporate executives on the sidelines of the Third Belt and Road Forum in Beijing.

The Prime Minister apprised the Chinese businessmen of the Pakistan’s initiatives for economic and financial stability.

Sharing Pakistan’s vision for sustainable and inclusive development, he outlined Pakistan’s investor-friendly policies; including the establishment of Special Investment Facilitation Council, which will act as a one-window platform to facilitate foreign investment.

Appreciating the measures taken by Pakistan to attract foreign investment, the entrepreneurs briefed the Prime Minister on their business portfolios in Pakistan.

They also expressed their keen interest in working with Pakistani partners to expand their business footprint in Pakistan.

The Prime Minister also invited the executives of Chinese companies to Pakistan to discuss their business interests with the relevant Ministers.

The CEOs and executives of Chinese enterprises who called on the Prime Minister included Minmetals, MCC, China Communication Construction Company, China Road and Bridge Corporation , COFCO, Amer International Group, Power China, China Energy and China Gezhouba Group.

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