• Saudi Investors Show Keen Interest In Gwadar Oil Refinery Complex, PM Told

    Shehbaz Sharif urges Saudis to invest in Pakistan’s various sectors | Asks world community to help refugee-hosting developing countries

    ISLAMABAD   –   Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif Monday urged Saudi investors to come forward and invest in the different sectors of Pakistan.

  • ISLAMABAD: A high-level delegation of Saudi business investors led by Fahd bin Mohammed Al-Bash, chairman of the Saudi-Pakistan Business Council and Nawaf Bin Saeed Maliki, Ambassador of Royal Embassy of Saudi Arabia to Pakistan has attended a business conference held at the PM office.

  • ISLAMABAD: Federal Minister for Board of Investment (BOI) and Special Initiative, Chaudhary Salik Hussain, and Secretary BOI Fareena Mazhar in Istanbul participated in the D-8 Investment Conference held on Thursday, on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the D-8 Organisation.

  • Turkish businessmen invited to explore investment opportunities

    ISLAMABAD: Chaudhary Salik Hussain, Federal Minister for Board of Investment (BOI) and Special Initiatives, and BOI Secretary Fareena Mazhar met with Türkiye-Pakistan Business Council of DEK (Foreign Economic Relations Board of Türkiye) at Istanbul on Wednesday.

  • BOI, APCEA Convene Meeting Of Pak China Business And Investment Forum

    ISLAMABAD – The Board of Investment and All Pakistan Chinese Enterprise Association (APCEA) convened the meeting of Pak China Business and Investment Forum.

  • Plan under study to hold business event for German firms in Pakistan

    The German Emirati Joint Council for Industry and Commerce has expressed interest in investing in cyber security technology in Pakistan.

  • ISLAMABAD: Landlocked Uzbekistan has launched the construction of $5 billion (estimated cost) Trans-Afghan Railway Line project to access Pakistan’s major seaports, which will boost regional connectivity and trilateral trade, a statement said on Saturday.

    Once the plan materialises, the region's landlocked countries will get access to the sea, enhance trade, and save money and time.

  • ISLAMABAD: The Federal Board of Investment, in collaboration with the government of Sindh and the Pakistan-China Business and Investment Forum organised the “CPEC Industrial Cooperation B2B Investment Conference.”

    The conference was attended by over 100 Chinese companies from various sectors and over 400 Pakistani businessmen.

  • KARACHI:Advisor to the Prime Minister on Commerce and Investment, Abdul Razzak Dawood on Monday expressed his satisfaction that the initiatives and projects taken under China-Pakistan Economic Corridor and the enhanced cooperation between the two governments have started yielding and significant improvement has been witnessed on economic and social fronts in Pakistan.


    Spokesman Report

    LAHORE: “Pakistan and Africa share many commonalities. Both have their own geostrategic significance which makes it convenient for investors to trade globally.