It has been announced that late September will be see a meeting between UK investors and the UK Pakistan Business Council (UKPBC) in London. The initiative is designed to encourage investment and establish collaboration for diversified fields and joint ventures in Pakistan.
The Chapter Chairman for UKPBC, Mian Kashif Ashfaq, recently commented to a delegation of exporters and importers that the UK is the world’s fifth largest economy in terms of gross domestic products. He added that the council was focused on creating awareness of Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan’s new package of foreign investor incentives. He stated that the council will also hold a joint meeting of UKPBC investors based in the United Kingdom to explore a variety of investment opportunities in different sectors.
In the last fiscal year, Pakistan showed a growth of 33 per cent for exports to the UK, and for the most part, this increase was led by textiles. The UKPBC Chairman believes that the principal reason behind this growth is an increasing desire for UK companies to diversify the countries they deal with following the supply chain difficulties experienced during COVID-19. He has now established a built-for purpose facilitation centre at his office to guide, help and assist UK-based investors.
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