American, Japanese and Turkish business giants meet Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan in Davos today.
These meetings held on the sidelines of World Economic Forum 2020.
Masayoki Hyodo, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and President of Sumitomo Corporation, a leading Fortune 500 global trading and business investment company met him.
Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Koc Holdings Levent Cakiroglu also called on him.
James Quincey, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Coca-Cola Company also met PM Khan.
American, Japanese and Turkish business giants
Prime Minister invited Koc Holdings, Turkey’s largest conglomerate, to consider investments in energy, tourism and hospitality sectors in Pakistan.
Koc Holdings remains Turkey’s largest conglomerate with products in energy, automotive, finance, retail, construction besides tourism and shipping. It also covers defence, information technology and food.
PM Khan assured full cooperation of the government to investors and businessmen.
He stressed on environment-friendly green technology in line with the government’s “Clean & Green Pakistan”.
The Prime Minister appreciated the long association and presence of the company in Pakistan since 1953.
He stated that the government had initiated an effective reforms agenda to facilitate ‘ease-of-doing-business.’
The Prime Minister emphasized that investments generate employment opportunities and help in poverty alleviation.
Mr Quincey acknowledged the improvement of business environment in Pakistan and expressed the interest to further expand the company’s investment in the country.