Japanese Companies including Mitsubishi Corporation to increase investment in Pakistan: Kimihide Ando

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: The government of Japan has decided to increase its engagement with Pakistan and support Japanese Companies in increasing investment in Pakistan, said the Senior Vice President/Chief Executive Mitsubishi Corporation Kimihide Ando.

In a meeting with Prime Minister Imran Khan in Islamabad on Tuesday, Kimihide Ando briefed him about long association of Mitsubishi Corporation with Pakistan spanning over six decades undertaking profitable business ventures in the Country.

Kimihide Ando also conveyed to the prime minister that the Mitsubishi Corporation is encouraged by the business friendly policies of the present government of Pakistan and intends to further strengthen its footprint especially in meeting energy requirements of the country.

The prime minister welcomed the decision of the Japanese government and also the interest of Mitsubishi Corporation to explore greater business opportunities in the Country.

Imran Khan highlighted various measures and the steps being taken to ensure business friendly environment to the foreign investors and improving ease of doing business in the Country.

Kimihido Ando was accompanied by the Country Head Mitsubishi Corporation in Pakistan Atsushi Fujii, the General Manager Kenichiro Hirai, the CEO Tabeer Energy Pvt Ltd Kosuke Makino and Yasir Mukhtar.

The Prime Minister’s Advisor to Abdul Razzak Dawood, the Chairman Energy Task Force Nadeem Babar and senior officials were also present during the meeting.

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