ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan said on Friday that the government was committed to providing an enabling environment to the investors so that they could undertake profitable business ventures in the country.
Talking to a visiting delegation of eight leading Chinese textile companies, the prime minister said the government was fully focused on improving ‘ease of doing business’ in Pakistan, besides implementing policies that encourage the investors to avail business opportunities in the country.
The delegation was led by Shanghai Yuanyi Industry Chairman Huang Weiguo. Adviser to PM on Commerce Abdul Razzak Dawood and Board of Investment Chairman Zubair Gilani were also present on the occasion.
The Chinese companies included Shandong Weiqiao Pioneering Group, Huafu Fashion, Grace Towel, Zhejiang Socks, Baiyuan Machinery, Atexco, Texhong and Black Peony.
The top executives/representatives of the Chinese companies briefed the prime minister about their expertise and evinced keen interest in making investments in the country’s textile-related export sectors.
The prime minister highlighted lucrative business opportunities in Pakistan, given its geostrategic importance, large consumer market and availability of cost-effective and skilled labour.
He also assured the delegation that the government would provide all possible facilities to the investors.