Prioritised Economic Zones: Chinese delegation to come for review

Foreign investors were keen to invest in various sectors of the country


APP May 21, 2017
Foreign investors were keen to invest in various sectors of the country. PHOTO: AFP

ISLAMABAD: The Board of Investment (BOI) on Friday said a delegation of Chinese experts would visit Pakistan on June 5 to review the suitability of Prioritised Economic Zones (PEZs) in Sindh and Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa (K-P). The delegation, headed by Chinese embassy deputy head of mission, will evaluate Rashakai, Nowshera and Dhabeji PEZs, said BOI spokesman Shah Jahan Shah. He said foreign investors were keen to invest in various sectors of the country, adding the government was also committed to providing ease of doing business for the investors and global competitiveness for multinational companies (MNCs). Shah said a total of seven SEZ cells had been approved for facilitating the investors through one-window operation to provide them the facility at one place.

Published in The Express Tribune, May 21st, 2017.

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