Pakistani PM Imran Khan makes big offers to top Chinese companies
ISLAMABAD - Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan makes big offers to top Chinese companies during his visit to Beijing.
Prime Minister Imran Khan has invited the Chinese companies to invest in the diverse sectors of Pakistan including housing, textile, manufacturing, IT and financial services, physical and technological logistics, agriculture, oil & gas and tourism and hospitality.
The Prime Minister said that Pakistan is opening up for the businesses and it is great time for the Chinese companies to invest in the country.
He assured that the Prime Minister’s office will be dealing with all the major investments including those of the CPEC.
During the meetings, the companies apprised the Prime Minister of the current status of their ongoing operations in Pakistan and presented specific proposals for expanded business projects in Pakistan in diverse sectors including oil and gas, power generation and distribution, textile, tyres manufacturing, minerals and rare metals exploration, light and heavy machinery and construction.
The companies also detailed their plans for the establishment of Textile and Apparel Park, Industrial Parks and projects to convert coal resources into combustible fuels.
Welcoming the Chinese companies’ commitment to expanding their investments in Pakistan, the Prime Minister reaffirmed the government’s resolve to provide further incentives for the relocation of industries from China to Pakistan and to offer a favorable business environment to these companies as well as other enterprises.
The Prime Minister stressed that these measures will generate employment and tax revenue benefiting the overall economy of Pakistan.