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Qatari businessmen are looking for investment opportunities in Pakistan: Envoy

Qatari businessmen are looking for investment opportunities in Pakistan: Envoy

RAWALPINDI: The Rawalpindi Chamber of Commerce and Industry (RCCI) delegation led by its president Zahid Latif Khan called on Qatar Ambassador Saqr Bin Mubarak Al Mansoori in Islamabad.

The delegation includes Senior Vice President Muhammad Nasir Mirza, Vice President Khalid Farooq Qazi, former President Abul Rauf Chaudhry and Vice Chairman exhibition committee Khurshid Berlas.

Talking to the delegation, Qatar envoy said, Qatari businessmen are looking forward to investment opportunities between Qatar and Pakistan. He noted that food security, industrialisation, pharmaceuticals and agriculture are the promising areas where joint ventures can be made.

During the meeting, the two sides discussed ways to enhance joint cooperation and details of the upcoming RCCI Doha Business opportunity conference to be held in the first quarter of 2018.

The conference will gather some 50 Pakistani businessmen, who will discuss investment and business opportunities between Qatar and Pakistan in different sectors.

He said the Qatari economic and trade sectors, which were witnessing remarkable movement and development, welcome any investment that can further grow Qatar’s economy.

Qatar envoy expressed hope that the conference would achieve remarkable successes in the interest of enhancing cooperation between the private sectors of both countries.

President RCCI Zahid Latif Khan on this occasion gave a short briefing on RCCI current and upcoming events.

He also invited the Qatar ambassador to participate in the ‘RCCI 10th All Pakistan Chamber Presidents Conference in Gwadar in March 2018 and Rawal International Expo in April 2018.

The conference is expected to create effective partnerships between the two sides, particularly in light of the incentives provided by the Pakistani government to attract foreign investments and facilitate the business environment, he added.