Pakistan offers huge investment opportunities to Japanese companies

TOKYO: A working luncheon meeting was hosted by the Japan-Pakistan Business Cooperation Committee (JPBCC) headed by Advisor to the Marubeni Corporation, Koichi Yajima for President Dr Arif Alvi as he was in Japan to attend the enthronement ceremony of the Japanese emperor.

Leading Japanese Business Corporations including Marubeni, Toyota Motors, Suzuki Motors, Mitsubishi, Sumitomo, Sojitz, Universal Metals, and Mistsui &co. ltd participated to discuss bilateral collaboration in different sectors like an investment, trade, human resource development and people-to-people contacts.

By highlighting the liberal investment policy to overcome economic challenges, Dr Arif signified of the tremendous opportunities for the Japanese companies to take advantage of the conducive environment in Pakistan while speaking at a working luncheon meeting.

As Yajima acknowledged the economic credentials of Pakistan, the other business leaders present expressed a great desire to further strengthen the economic ties by boosting trade and investment relations between the two countries.

Earlier, the president visited the headquarters of NEC, a Japanese multinational information technology and electronics company. He was briefed regarding the latest technologies being promoted by the company along with the company’s plans for future investments in Pakistan.

A separate delegation of Japan-Pakistan Parliamentary Friendship League (JPPFL), led by Chairman Seishiro Eto also invited President Alvi to discuss ventures.

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