Investment opportunities rapidly increasing in Sindh: Imran Ismail
Sindh Governor Imran Ismail says investment opportunities are rapidly increasing in Sindh after improving law and order situation in the province.
He was talking to Australian High commissioner Margret Adamson, who called on him Karachi today.
The Governor said there are a lot of investment opportunities in agriculture business and dairy sector in the province and investors could take benefit of it.
He said Karachi generates seventy percent of the total revenue of the country which speaks its volume.
Imran Ismail said many Pakistani students are seeking education in Australia under Australian scholarship.
He said people of Pakistan want visit of Australian cricket team to Pakistan.
Deputy Assistant Secretary Bureau of South and Central Asian Affairs Henry Ensher also called on the Sindh Governor in Karachi today.
US Counsel General JoAnne Wangner was also present on the occasion.
Talking to them, the Governor said Sindh province particularly Karachi is an attractive destination for investment in Pharmaceutical, Oil, Information Technology,energy, agriculture, infrastructure and other sectors.
He said because of its Geo-strategic locations Pakistan is an attractive destination for investment.