Prime Minister meets leading Turkish businessmen and investors in Ankara


Prime Minister Muhammad Shehbaz Sharif held a meeting with the Turkish-Pakistan Business Council (TPBC) under the auspices of the Foreign Economic Relations Council of Turkey (DEIK). Leading businessmen and investors from Turkey and Pakistan attended the meeting.
DEIK Chairman Nail Olpak and Chairman of the Turkish-Pakistani Business Council Ahmet Cengiz Ă–zdemir introduced the participating companies and briefed the Prime Minister on Turkish investments in Pakistan.
In his address, the Prime Minister stressed the need to transform the exemplary brotherly relations between Pakistan and Turkey into a dynamic economic relationship. He pointed out that with a strong and large consumer market and an ever-expanding middle class, Pakistan offers many investment opportunities promising significant returns for investors.
The Prime Minister invited Turkish companies to invest in the agriculture, industry and IT sectors in Pakistan, as well as in connectivity projects in Pakistan, assuring them full facilitation and an environment conducive business.
The Prime Minister also held separate meetings with some major Turkish companies that had invested in Pakistan, including Siyahkalem, Arcelik, Zorlu, Hayat Kimiya and Ozpak-Al-Bayrak. The Prime Minister urged them to benefit from an investment-friendly environment and to consider expanding their operations.
Turkish companies briefed the Prime Minister on their current and future investment plans and thanked the Prime Minister for facilitating their operations in Pakistan.
The Turkish-Pakistani Business Council operates under DEIK and facilitates the exploration of business opportunities for Turkish and Pakistani companies.

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