PM directs all-out measures to facilitate foreign investors

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Thursday called for the utmost facilitation and incentivization of Pakistani expatriates looking to invest in their home country.

The prime minister, while presiding a meeting on Thursday, highlighted that the overseas Pakistanis should be provided with better opportunities of investment in the country and be facilitated and incentivized to the highest extent regarding the efficient utilization of their remittances.

The purpose of the meeting was to review the increase in remittances and foreign exchange reserves.

The prime minister said that the government was focusing on exports, imports substitution, foreign investments, and an increase in foreign remittances and foreign exchange reserves, which had a vital role in economic stabilization and betterment.

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Advisor on Finance and Revenue Dr Abdul Hafeez Sheikh, secretary finance, Governor State Bank of Pakistan Dr Reza Baqir and senior officers also attended the meeting.

The meeting deliberated on various steps and proposals about increasing the remittances and foreign exchange reserves.



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