The Board of Investment (BOI) Pakistan is organizing a ‘China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) Industrial Cooperation Business-to-Business (B2B) Investment Conference’ on March 4, 2021 (tomorrow) in Peshawar.
The B2B Investment Conference would focus on CPEC priority sectors to facilitate cooperation and linkages between Pakistani and foreign businessmen and entrepreneurs.
The conference will serve as a platform where the BOI would facilitate matchmaking and handholding of Chinese and foreign companies with their Pakistani counterparts.
The Chief Minister of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Mehmood Khan, Chairman BOI, Atif R. Bokhari, Finance Minister KP, Taimur Saleem Khan Jhagra, international investors, and foreign delegates are scheduled to attend the event.
The conference received an overwhelming response from the private sector, and several companies and individuals from different sectors of KP and the rest of the country have confirmed their active participation in the investment conference.
The Federal Board of Investment (BOI) and National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), China, were assigned the task to further the process of bilateral cooperation under CPEC. The process will transform CPEC into a true economic corridor by establishing special economic zones (SEZs) and business ventures in different sectors.
Keeping this in view, the conference is planned to market sectoral investment opportunities in KP under the ambit of industrial cooperation under CPEC and to exhibit ready-to-launch products in different sectors.
SEZs and other Industrial Parks of KP will also be brought into the spotlight.
The day-long B2B forum would cover different aspects, but its primary purpose would remain on the exploration of Pakistan’s sectoral potentials.
Video conference options would also be made available for those who could not physically attend the event. The conference will be designed to foster interaction, learning, and ‘matchmaking’ of concrete investment opportunities in KP potential investment sectors.
With a view of achieving its objectives, the conference will be structured to include plenary context setting and sessions around priority sectors and SEZs with high-level speakers from the public and private sectors.