Japanese investors delegation meets PM Shahbaz Sharif

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: A delegation of Japanese Companies operating in Pakistan and Japanese Investors held a meeting with Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif in Islamabad on Monday.


In the meeting with Japanese investors, the prime minister said that Pakistan is committed to enhance its bilateral ties with Japan in diverse fields.

The prime minister said that Japan is not only a very dear friend of Pakistan but a valuable donor which sent about US$ 13 billion to Pakistan in the last seven decades.

Shahbaz Sharif expressed the resolve to remove hurdles in the way of enhancing trade between the two Countries.

The prime minister constituted a committee to resolve the issues faced by Japanese and directed the concerned departments to present a report within one week.

The prime minister recalled the days when Japanese were heavily investing in the Pakistani market and stressed upon the need of bringing those back. He commended the work done by different Japanese companies in Pakistan saying that they have a very high-quality standard.

The Japanese delegation expressed confidence in the business-friendly policies of Shahbaz Sharif’s government and showed keen interest in increasing Japanese investment in automobile, food processing, renewable energy, textile, communication, Special Economic Zones (SEZs), and auto parts manufacturing sectors.

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