KARACHI: Two high-level business delegations from Netherland are expected to visit Pakistan shortly as several Dutch companies have expressed interest in investing in the country.
Deputy Ambassador of Netherlands Josephine Frantzen called on Finance Minister Asad Umar on Thursday ad discussed investment plans of Dutch companies in Pakistan. She said two high level business delegations from Netherlands would be visiting Pakistan in near future to explore investment opportunities.
Asad said the government after assuming responsibilities had undertaken the process of structural reforms for strengthening of economy. He welcomed the investment plans of the Dutch companies saying foreign direct investment was among the priority areas of the present government and that it would extend all possible facilitation to foreign investors.
He said that the just announced package aimed at enhancing ease of doing business and providing an enabling environment to local as well as foreign business concerns. He assured the Dutch envoy of his full support for forging Pak-Netherlands economic cooperation and business linkages. [the_ad id=”31605″]