PM launches Pak-China Business Investment Forum in Islamabad

Pak-China Business Investment Forum

Pak-China Business Investment Forum has been launched by the Prime Minister Imran Khan for promotion of business to business cooperation.

Addressing the inaugural ceremony in Islamabad on Monday, the Prime Minister has said that the investors are being fully facilitated in Pakistan. He said the government has been taking steps to remove hurdles in the process of investment.

PM Imran Khan has said that the country’s development is linked to industrial development and promotion of exports. He said in the second phase of China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), agricultural development is also being focused.

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The Prime Minister also emphasized on vertical development of cities for food security and environmental protection and said Pakistan can learn from China in urban development as well.

The Premier further stated that Pakistan effectively and successfully coped with the novel coronavirus pandemic, which has been acknowledged at international level. He said The Economist has declared Pakistan as the first country that returned to normalcy after pandemic.

The Pak-China Business Investment Forum has been formed with the collaboration of Board of Investment Pakistan and All Pakistan Chinese Enterprises, according to the Prime Minister Office.

This is aimed at increasing Chinese companies’ investment in Pakistan and promotion of business to business industrial cooperation. The forum consists of eighteen Chinese and nineteen Pakistani companies.