Govt Offers 30 Projects to Qatari Investors – Research Snipers

Govt Offers 30 Projects to Qatari Investors

Qatari investors

Abdul Razak Dawood—the Adviser to the PM on Commerce, Industry and Investment on Sunday said that nearly 30 projects were being offered to the Qatari investors and government, other than the discussions for further exploring the potential of trade and investment between the private sectors of both the nations.

He appreciated the joint efforts of Pakistani and the authorities of Qatar for arranging the joint investment and business conference. He did this during the Pakistan-Qatar trade and investment conference which was held in Qatar.

As per a statement released from the ministry, Ali Bin Ahmed Al-Kuwari—Qatar’s Minister of Commerce and Industry welcomed the Pakistani delegates and told that there were nearly 1,450 firms which are owned mutually by the businessmen of both sides.

He showed his interest in further strengthening the relationship of trade and investment via regular business exchanges, trade expose and official engagements.

Also Read: Pakistan Railways to be Extended to Iran, Russia and Turkey

Abdul Razak Dawood said that Pakistan had become a destination for investment owing to the policies of the government which encourages investors to come forward and invest.,

He also elaborated these policies of the government. He emphasized on the recent economic stability and progressive on-going economic activities in the wake of CPEC and stated that Pakistan has come out as an ideal market for investment.

Additionally, he was of the view that the improved security situation has also encouraged the foreign investors for their safe investments in Pakistan.

He mentioned that trade volume between the 2 countries could be enhanced via increased business engagements. The Qatari investors who are encouraged to make investments in Pakistan would mainly be investing in the areas related to hospitality, agriculture, real estate, food and Petro-chemical etc.

More Read: 461 Indians Applied for Pakistani Citizenship in Last 10 Years