Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani has said the government has formulated policies to provide all types of facilities for local as well as foreign investors.
Talking to Board of Investment (BOI) Chairman Saleem H Mandviwalla, who called on him at the PM House on Monday, Gilani said that due to business-friendly policies of the government, a number of investors from China, United Arab Emirates, United States, European Union and South Korea were planning to invest in various fields, including energy, infrastructure and industries.
He asked the BOI chairman to focus on public-private partnership for optimal utilisation of the potential and experience of the private sector.
Mandviwalla apprised the prime minister of his meetings with the trade minister of Malaysia, Pakistani expatriates and local business houses during his visit to Malaysia to attend a conference. He also discussed the progress on the reorganisation of BOI.
Published in The Express Tribune, April 26th, 2011.
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