South Korea and Norway have expressed their willingness to invest in Pakistan. Two delegations from the countries have met Prime Minister Imran Khan in this regard.
The meeting revolved around the investment opportunities prevailing in Pakistan. The PM apprised the businessmen about the facilities ensured by the government to ease the process of setting up a business in Pakistan.
“I am personally supervising the measures taken by the government for the business sector,” said PM Khan.
Notably, the current government is taking several measures to improve the Ease of Doing Business (EoDB) in the country. Recently, the PM held a meeting to review progress on a strategy to facilitate businesses.
In the meeting, it was decided that a dedicated EoDB office will be set up at a federal and provincial level to remove hurdles and facilitate businessmen in smooth business operations.
As per the statement released from the PM Office, the premier underlined the need to focus on addressing the EoDB issues in Sindh.
It needs to be mentioned here that several entities are interested in investing in Pakistan. Only three weeks ago, renowned business magnate Bill Gates said that he wanted to invest in the Information Technology sector of Pakistan.