The largest foreign investment in history will reduce Pakistan’s prosperous, poverty and unemployment rates, spokesman All Pakistan Textile Processing Mills Association
A spokesman for the All Pakistan Textile Processing Mills Association said that despite the challenges, the Pak-China Economic Corridor project in the fast-growing Pakistani economy will prove to be the
key to further economic revolution, while being the largest foreign investment in history, Pakistan prosperous, Poverty and unemployment will decrease.
He said that the economic transit project for Pakistan’s 22 crore population is a mega project which will add a new chapter of construction and development to other countries of
He said that the Prime Minister’s Western route through the route.
Timely completion instructions will help complete the transit quickly.
He said that China is making the largest investment in Pakistan in history which will benefit the private sector too.
He said that China is Pakistan’s most important and strong ally country, with which all the forces are working together to enhance relations.
He said that although this is a long term project, however, as soon as it is completed, its effects will be revealed.
He said that the economic corridor will promote industrial, commercial, commercial, import, export and export activities besides economic revolution.
He said that completion of Gwadar Port would also be helpful in establishing excellent links with Asian, African and European countries of the world.
He said that due to its geographical boundaries, Pakistan is a very attractive market for foreign and local investors, where investment is also guaranteed for the completion of economic transit.
He said that the government will have to set priorities for bringing in new investments as well as with domestic investors for which they will have to get more
concessions, including getting rid of the electricity and gas crisis.
He said that there is no shortage of talent in Pakistan but problems are arising due to lack of investment and lack of technology transfer.
He expressed the hope that the government would take serious steps in solving the problems of the industrial sector and all resources would be utilized in this regard.