An interesting workshop on Tuesday was organized by the Special Investment Facilitation Council (SIFC) to look at possibilities for investment in five major industries: agriculture and livestock, information technology (IT), mining and minerals, and energy. The aim of this event was to connect with the Karachi business community as part of SIFC’s outreach project.
Following the way, Dr. Jehanzeb Khan and his SIFC team made in-depth talks covering every aspect of the SIFC Initiative. The conversations showed Pakistan’s untapped resources and also its significant investment options in the major sectors addressed. Participants got information on the ongoing projects intended for increasing the country’s overall business climate.
Along with continuous attempts to better the business climate in this country, Pakistan’s latent potential has been highlighted along with potential investments in the main sectors of agriculture/livestock, technology, mining/minerals, and energy.
For the purpose to bring in investment and take part in worthwhile projects, the business sector was involved. With the goal for such attempts by domestic investors, SIFC planned to expand its helpful role.
Finally, the business community got an opportunity to provide their opinions and suggestions on investment via an interactive session. Discussions by the business community about different possibilities for investing and overall investment settings indicated an intense interest.