ISLAMABAD, Jan 11 (APP): Adviser to Prime Minister on Finance, Miftah Ismail said Thursday that government would welcome foreign investors to avail investment opportunities in different
sectors in Pakistan.
The Adviser was talking to a delegation of World Technology and Trade Inc.(WTTI) which called on him here Thursday morning, according to a press statement issued by Finance Ministry here.
He assured the delegation that the government would extend all possible facilitation in their investment ventures. He said Pakistan offered a liberal investment regime and international companies and business concerns were welcome to take advantage of this regime.
The delegation, led by Robert Y. Ni apprised the Adviser that objective of their visit to Pakistan was to explore areas and opportunities for investment. The advisor was informed that WTTI had deep interest to invest in different sectors including mining,
natural resource exploration, hydropower and infrastructure development.
The delegation members informed the advisor that WTTI had plans to come up with specific investment ventures in Pakistan in near future and they intend to also set up their office here.
WTTI, it may be mentioned is incorporated in California, USA, the statement added. It is an independent/advisory consulting firm specializing in serving various international business sectors with business interests in USA, China, Canada and many other countries.
WTTI has contributed significantly in technology and equipment transfers, consultation and operating of major infrastructure projects globally including financial investments, mining and metallurgy, construction and development, food, farming and supply, port engineering, general aviation/aircraft, pharmaceuticals, medication, media and entertainment, oil and gas, new energy, IT outsourcing, logistics and distribution.