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Pakistan offers lucrative opportunities for foreign investors

PARIS, Oct 04 (WNP): Pakistan economy has been stabilized, the ease of doing business has been improved and well equipped special economic zones have been setup to attract foreign investors.

Muhammad Amjad Aziz Qazi Charge D’affairs of Embassy of Pakistan to France said this on Friday while addressing in a conference on the topic of, “Economic Environment of Pakistan” organized by the French top Economic magazine Emerging Nations in the heart of Paris.

The conference was attended by the French businesspersons, Scholars and notables of the French civil society and media person.

Mr Qazi highlighted the economic and business opportunities available in multiple sectors and invited the French investors, industrialists and businessperson to invest in Pakistan and benefit from the liberal and investor friendly policies of the government of Pakistan and market of 207 million people.

Mr Brahim Hammsuche, member, Pakistan France Friendship Group in the French Parliament in his address expressed his satisfaction over the existing friendly relations between Pakistan and France especially in the economic and trade sectors and urged the French investors to explore Pakistan for trade investment and Business opportunities.

Later, Miss Iqra Ashraf, First Secretary (Political) of the mission in detailed presentation identified different sectors of Pakistan which are open for investment and business and said that the unique geographic location has made Pakistan a regional economic hub.

Earlier, Mr Jacques Sappelsa President of the International and Geopolitical Academy, Mr Laurence Gourret Lapeyre journalists, writer and Mr Kavel, from Schiller Institute in their addresses highlighted the geopolitical importance of Pakistan.

They said the stable political situation in the country make Pakistan as a preferred destination for business, trade and investment.

Dr Anne Garde et Laura Verniere writer and historian from Emerging Nations highlighted the culture and traditions of Pakistan especially its various sharing in Multan.

Mr Amjad Qazi also used the occasion to inform the audience about Indian repression in Indian Occupied Kashmir, stressing that India is keeping more than 8 million Kashmiris under curfew and communication blackout for the last two months.

He explained that the issue of Kashmir should be resolved in accordance with the UN resolutions and wishes of the people of Kashmir.

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