The Interim Prime Minister of Pakistan, Anwar-ul-Haq Kakar held meeting with the delegation of prominent British Pakistan businessmen at the Pakistan House in London. The information about the meeting has been shared by the Prime Minister Kakar via his official social media handle only.
During the meeting with the delegation of British businessmen, PM Kakar has highlighted the positive economic indicators which are resulting from reforms pursued by the interim government, including empowering Pakistani rupee, reduced inflation and expected economic growth. He further added that, the removal of the import restrictions and efforts to restore the confidence of the business community were expected to further bolster external accounts.
It is to be noted that, Pakistan PM Kakar, during the meeting has also mentioned about the Pakistan’s investment friendly approach, adding incentives and ease of doing business, remove bureaucratic hurdles, and creating a long-term investment roadmap.
The delegation led by businessmen have also held talks with the Prime Minister about other policies and plans, which are currently under talks, which may likely open up multiple doors of opportunities for the businessmen across the states.
Moreover, Prime Minister Kakar also shared the Government’s resolve and commitment to privatize loss-making state-owned enterprises. He therefore urged Pakistanis sitting overseas to take advantage of the opportunities for the investment in Pakistan. He also extended invitation to the diaspora businessmen to invest, especially in Special Economic Zones, for contributing to Pakistan’s economic recovery.
It is to be added that, the British Pakistani business leaders have extended their appreciation for the Prime Minister’s outreach to the diaspora and expressed their strong interest in boosting their business operations in Pakistan while actively looking to increase their investments in the nation. They also expressed hope that reforms undertaken by the government would continue in the long run and assured the Prime Minister of their support for putting Pakistan back on the growth trajectory.