FPCCI members briefed on Sindh investment potential


Sindh Secretary Investment, Ahsan Ali Mangi along-with his team visited FPCCI Head office Karachi on the invitation of Engr, Daroo Khan Achakzai, President FPCCI for exchange of views on the investment prospects in Sindh province in different sector particularly in agriculture and livestock.
The Secretary and his team of officers briefed on the potential of these sectors, investment opportunities and the initiatives taken by Sindh government for promotion of investment in the province. Managing Director, Sindh Enterprise Development Fund, Mehboob-ul-Haq was among the Secretary’s team. On FPCCI side, the prominent were The Secretary assured full support from his department including in arranging finance on subsidized terms. Sindh Government will bear the interest loan up to KIBOR rate, he reassured.
The business community representatives took interest and requested the Secretary investment to visit the Chambers and trade associations in the province and arrange similar presentations/briefings for their member for better projection of the government’s initiatives and policies. The Secretary supported the proposal of regular interaction between the Investment Department people and the business community.
The Session was attended by Senior Vice President, Dr. Mirza Ikhtiar Baig, Vice Presidents Arshad Jamal, Noor Ahmed Khan, Muhammandi Muslim, former vice president Mumtaz Ali Shaikh, Chairman, Pakistan Leather Garments Manufacturers and Exporters Association, Syed Shujat Ali, President , Dadu CCI, Ghulam Mustafa Solangi, President of Shikarpur CCI, Haji Dhani Bakhsh Memon, Sheraz Ali Kerio from Shaheed Benazirabad CCI and Convener of FPCCI Central Standing Committee on Real Estate and Secretary General of Landhi Trade and Industry, Mobeen Khan representatives of various chambers and trade associations of Sindh.

Presentations were given by senior officers of the Provincial Investment Department, which earlier was Sindh Board of Investment, on different economic sectors and Special Economic Zones in Sindh.

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