Switzerland delegation to hold B2B meeting soon

KARACHI: The Consul General of Switzerland in Karachi, Emil Wyss said that soon this year a trade delegation from Switzerland will visit to hold B2B meeting with potential local business partners. This he said in a working session with SBI, where Consul General highlighted that Swiss companies, the small and medium size enterprises SMEs in particular consider Pakistan an important market.

The aim of this session is to highlight the existing potential of the province and to attract foreign direct investment and to meet the identical sector specialist in Swiss to discuss and promote quantum of trade between the two and mutually benefited the output.

Chairman Sindh Board of Investment Dr. Asif A. Brohi said Sindh Government is looking forward for mutual cooperation with Swiss counterparts in different socioeconomics uplifting. He further elaborated that serious efforts may also being made for containment of energy crisis in Pakistan through multiple measures other than promoting investments in Thar coal and Sindh wind corridor. SBI is working closely with private sector to examine interventions under solar energy. He also invited Swiss with private sector to examine interventions under solar energy. He also invited Swiss Government to hold share in Karachi Education City, one of the mega projects of Sindh Government.

Ms. Naheed Memon Vice Chairperson SBI said that Sindh province is looking forward for mutual cooperation with Swiss counterparts in different sectors. Moreover we are trying to highlight the existing potential of the province and to attract FDI.

During the discussion Mohammad Riazuddin Director General SBI Presented overview of the various opportunities in the province for foreign investment. On the occasion Abrar Shaikh Director Admin, SBI CEO Sindh Enterprise Development Fund Mehboob Ul Haq and Faisal Farooqi Deputy Director SBI were also presented.

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