Pakistan PM Imran Khan makes a big offer to Chinese investors
*ISLAMABAD - **Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan makes a big offer to Chinese investors during his first televised address in China, private media has reported.*
*We want Chinese investors to come to Pakistan, Prime Minister Imran Khan said in his first televised address on Tuesday after reaching Beijing a few hours earlier.*
He said the facilitation he wants from China is in the textile, cotton, IT, tourism and hospitality sectors.
“Pakistan is one of the most untapped tourism spots in the world,” he said, adding that Pakistan’s northern areas are twice the size of Switzerland. “It has depth and diversity.”
He said the country is one of the most sought after locations for religious tourism.
Speaking about housing, he said the country has just started one of its most ambitious housing projects. “We need at least 10 million houses. We would invite Chinese investment there,” he said.
Oil investment is something Pakistan is also interested in getting help in from China.