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PM expresses govt desire to attract investment from UK, other countries



ISLAMABADOn Saturday, Prime Minister Muhammad Shehbaz Sharif reiterated Pakistan’s intention to attract investment from the UK and other countries.

He emphasized the country’s great potential in a variety of sectors, including agriculture, food security, information technology, tourism, and mining.

He was speaking with Jane Marriott, the British High Commissioner to Pakistan, who had visited him at the Prime Minister’s House.

The prime minister stated that Pakistan and the United Kingdom have longstanding relations that are strengthening over time. He also underscored the government’s commitment to strengthening governance and implementing institutional reforms.

He stated that the administration is adopting micro and macroeconomic measures to help the country’s economy recover. Furthermore, he stated that the Federal Board of Revenue’s (FBR) digitization project was nearing completion.

The British delegation applauded the government’s decision to declare an education emergency in the country and expressed solidarity with Pakistan’s recovery efforts.

Professor Adnan Khan, Chief Economist and Director of the Economic and Evaluation Directorate, Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office London, as well as Deputy Prime Minister Ishaq Dar, attended the conference.






























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