UAE economic team meets Miftah Ismail

Government of PakistanUAE economic team meets Miftah Ismail

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: An economic team of United Arab Emirates (UAE) held a meeting with the Federal Minister for Finance and Revenue Miftah Ismail at the Finance Division in Islamabad on Monday.

Senior officials from the Finance Division attended the meeting.

The UAE economic team appreciated the cooperation of the present government for foreign investment in Pakistan and deliberated on the ways to accelerate the economic activities between the two Countries.

The meeting also reviewed various bilateral issues of common concern.

They discussed cooperation in the fields of energy, economy, and other fields.

The Finance Minister Miftah Ismail apprised the UAE economic team about investment friendly policies of the present government and conducive atmosphere for investment in Pakistan.

The minister further assured the economic team of his full support and cooperation.

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