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Pakistan has invited UAE investors to invest in Pakistan’s real estate, energy, agriculture and information technology

Addressing the Business Opportunities Conference in Dubai, Ambassador Tirmizi underscored the Pakistan government’s strong endorsement of business-to-business collaboration between the business communities of Pakistan and the UAE. The event, held at Habtoor Palace, saw over 100 businessmen from both countries in attendance.

Tirmizi highlighted the potential for UAE investors, particularly in the construction sector, to tap into significant investment opportunities within Pakistan’s real estate and infrastructure spheres. He emphasized the pivotal role of businessmen in driving economic growth and hailed the exemplary relations between Pakistan and the UAE, noting the substantial contributions of the Pakistani diaspora to the UAE’s progress.

Paying tribute to Sheikh Rashid bin Saeed Al Maktoum’s visionary leadership in transforming Dubai into a thriving commercial center, Tirmizi credited today’s Dubai as the realization of Sheikh’s aspirations. Dr Abdelrahman Hassan Almuaini, representing the UAE Ministry of Economy’s Intellectual Property Sector, also participated in the conference.

Tirmizi highlighted Pakistan’s demographic advantage, with over 60% of its population under 30 years old, presenting extensive investment opportunities across various sectors for a nation of approximately 250 million people.

The event also featured addresses by Ahsan Zafar Bakhtawari, President of the Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Javed Malik, President of the Overseas Pakistanis Business Forum and former ambassador of Pakistan, and other prominent businessmen.

Shayan Hussain
Shayan Hussain
Shayan Hussain is the founder and owner of Pakistan Morning Post. He is also a YouTuber and Freelancer. The sole purpose of Pakistan Morning Post is to share updates independently about Pakistan and rest of the world.

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