Finance minister invites Kuwaiti businessmen to invest in Pakistan
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Minister for Finance Asad Umar has invited Kuwaiti businessmen to invest in farmland, milk and food processing plants in Pakistan.
He was speaking at the Plenary Session of Pakistan-Kuwait Joint Ministerial Commission in Islamabad.
The session was co-chaired by Finance Minister Asad Umar, and Kuwaiti Commerce Minister Khaled Nasser Abdullah Al-Roudan. The minister said that Kuwaiti businessmen may export agricultural commodities of desired quality to their country and other countries.
He also said that the investors from brotherly Arab country may also take benefit of attractive investment opportunities in Special Economic Zones of Pakistan in areas like automotive, food processing and textile as well as in oil and gas exploration.
He hoped that businessmen of both countries will endeavor for further enhancing bilateral trade to its true potential. The Kuwaiti Minister for Commerce and Industry said economic relations between the two countries need further strengthening for the mutual benefits of both countries and their people.