Qatari and Pakistani businessmen have discussed investment opportunities and means of strengthening economic relations between their respective countries during Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan’s visit to Doha on Tuesday.
A delegation of Pakistani businessmen met with the Qatari Businessmen Association (QBA), led by its chairman, HE Sheikh Faisal bin Qassim al-Thani, who underscored the “promising opportunities” offered by Qatar and Pakistan. These opportunities, he said, “could be utilised to benefit the sides.”
In a press statement, Sheikh Faisal said the meeting helped identify many investment opportunities in Pakistan, as well as in Qatar. He noted that the private sector has received an invitation to visit Pakistan and to organise meetings to identify the investment opportunities available in the South Asian country.
QBA first deputy chairman Hussein Alfardan stressed the importance of exploring co-operation and investment opportunities between businessmen in both countries. He expressed QBA’s readiness to visit Pakistan “and to get acquainted with its abundant investment opportunities.” Alfardan also emphasised that both sides are keen on “exploring wider prospects of commercial and economic co-operation, and opening up new horizons” to promote joint investments “in light of the great economic and commercial potentials in both countries.”
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