• 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

    ISLAMABAD:
    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.

  • “RIGHT TIME FOR THE CARS AND AFRICA NATIONS TO INVEST IN PAKISTAN”  SECRETARY BOI FAREENA

    Spokesman Report

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