Dhabi Group of companies delegation calls on Prime Minister Imran Khan in Islamabad today(Friday).
While talking to the delegation, the PM said Pakistan offers enormous investment opportunities.
Dhabi Group of companies delegation calls on
Furthermore, he expressed the government’s commitment to provide all possible facilitation to international companies to invest in various sectors of Pakistan.
The Prime Minister said the government has taken multiple steps to ensure ease of doing business in the country.
Notably, those steps include assistance to foreign investors under one-window facilitation.
Meanwhile, Dhabi Group of companies delegation delegation expressed confidence in the investment-friendly policies of the government.
Moreover, they appreciated Imran Khan’s vision to promote investment in the country and measures to facilitate foreign investment companies.
They also evinced keen interest in increasing investment in Pakistan in future.
Uninterrupted availability of edible items at affordable rates
Meanwhile, Prime Minister Imran Khan directed to take timely measures to ensure uninterrupted availability of edible items at affordable rates during the upcoming Ramadan.
He gave directives, while chairing a review meeting regarding essential items.
The meeting specially discussed availability of wheat and sugar, in Islamabad on Friday.
Moreover, he instructed to guarantee uninterrupted availability of essential items at the Utility Stores.
He also asked for continuously apprising him on monitoring of prices.
Meanwhile, Finance Minister Dr Abdul Hafeez Shaikh updated the meeting on Sensitive Price Indicators of last seven weeks.
He further said those indicators show that decline in prices of onion, tomato, chicken, and meat has begun.
Besides, officials concerned briefed the meeting about steps for release of wheat as well as ECC’s decision to import sugar and its impact on reduction of sugar prices.
They further informed that the market has become stable as a result of government’s decision to import wheat.
The meeting also stressed the need to continue focusing on enhancing production of essential items, especially wheat and sugar for stability in their prices.