President Alvi seeks Turkish investment

Published August 17, 2021
President Arif Alvi meets a  delegation of leading Turkish companies in Istanbul. — Photo courtesy PID website
President Arif Alvi meets a delegation of leading Turkish companies in Istanbul. — Photo courtesy PID website

ISTANBUL: President Dr Arif Alvi on Monday urged the Turkish businessmen to take advantage of Pakistan’s business-friendly environment and invest in the mining, IT, finance, industrial and tourism sectors as there is great potential in these fields for bilateral cooperation.

He expressed these views during a meeting with a delegation of leading Turkish companies which called on him here.

The delegation comprised industrial gro­ups as well as chairmen and CEOs of Tur­kish companies from various sectors including energy, IT, healthcare and electronics.

The participants included Zorlu Energy, Arelik, Eczacibasi Holding, Veripark, TUBISAD (Turkish Informatics Industry Association), and Turkey-Pakistan Business Council of Foreign Economic Relations Board.

While highlighting Pakistan’s focus on geo-economics, President Alvi drew attention to the investment-friendly environment in Pakistan and the measures taken by the government to provide a conducive environment to the business community.

Published in Dawn, August 17th, 2021

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