Reviving sick units: Minister invites British investment

British companies have workable plans for the rehabilitation of Pakistan Steel Mills, says envoy.


APP July 16, 2013

ISLAMABAD: Federal Minister for Industries Ghulam Murtaza Jatoi has urged the British investor to invest in Pakistan and invited British firms to invest in the Pakistan Steel Mills. Jatoi said Pakistan is looking forward to and will appreciate proposals from international investors. Talking to British High Commissioner to Pakistan Adam Thomson who called on him here Tuesday, he assured that Pakistan will provide every possible facility to the British investors. The minister also discussed issues related to investment in the industrial sector and the revival of under-performing industrial units in the country. The British High Commissioner said that British companies have workable plans for the rehabilitation of Pakistan Steel Mills. He was of the view that Pakistan is an attractive market for investors in the region and there is a need to positively project the image of the country to allay the misperceptions and fears of the investors.

Published in The Express Tribune, July 17th, 2013.

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