LONDON: Prime Minister’s Spokesperson on deal & investment in the UK and Europe, Sahibzada Jahangir, claim that compound overseas investors have been presentation “deep interest” in investing in Pakistan because of its “multi-dimensional” possible of the country.
Australian business magnate Andrew Forrest — who has a enormous net worth of $14.8 billion and is the previous CEO of Fortescue Metals collection — lately met Prime Minister Imran Khan in Islamabad and expressed the desire to invest about $10 billion in Pakistan under the head of the Green Technology projects.
Jahangir, who set Forrest’s visit to Pakistan, referred to the visit as the “largest potential investment” in Pakistan by a only group
“As per Prime Minister Imran Khan’s vision for a wealthy Pakistan, I am present Pakistan as a appropriate investment destination to foreign investors,” Jahangir said in an fashionable chat with The News.
“By the grace of Allah, we have conventional a lot of attention in Pakistan and we expect that through Prime Minister Imran Khan [with] his visionary management and worldwide demand will change the future of Pakistan.”
Jahangir explain that Forrest was involved in rising Pakistan’s energy division and was looking into investing in solar, hydro and wind authority sources to provide electricity to Pakistan.
before, due to Jahangir’s efforts, Vitol — a Dutch energy and commodities company — greater than before their chance to 40% in Hascol Petroleum Ltd, a petroleum marketing business with over 700 pumps.
On the additional hand, Spanish superstore huge Condis has also initiated its operations fruitfully in Pakistan.
Jahangir also communal that PM Imran also “ordered” him to host an international summit in the UK to increase investment in Pakistan. He extra that the meeting was late due to the COVID-19 pandemic, say that PM Imran will trip the UK and encourage Pakistan as an investment hub after the coronavirus is eliminated.