Ms. Ambreen Iftikhar, Additional Secretary/Executive Director General, Board of Investment (BOI) visited the Sialkot Chamber of Commerce & Industry along with team including Mr. Zulfiqar Ali, Director General (Reforms) BOI, Ms. Farzana Noshab Asian Development Bank, Mr. Usman Khan, Investment Lead – REMIT, Adam and Smith International (ASI), Mr. Mahmood Tufail, Director (Policy) BOI, and Mr. Athar H. Tanwri, Statistical Officer (PRMI) BOI. The visit aimed to strengthen cooperation with the Private Sector to synergize the efforts in attracting mega and sophisticated investment deals in Pakistan and Launch of “Invest Pakistan” – Sialkot.

In a significant step towards accelerating economic growth and attracting foreign investment, the Board of Investment (BOI) is proud to announce the launch of the “Invest Pakistan” initiative- Sialkot. This transformative endeavor, aims to bolster Pakistan’s investment landscape and foster a more favorable environment for both local and foreign investors also aimed at boosting the country’s export sector and attracting foreign investors.

Pakistan’s commitment to enhancing its investment climate has led to the inception of the “Invest Pakistan” initiative. This initiative, driven by BOI, underscores the country’s dedication to augmenting its FDI inflow and stimulating economic growth. With a focus on regulatory modernization and business climate enhancement, the “Invest Pakistan” initiative seeks to attract mega and sophisticated investment deals. Recognizing the importance of collaboration between the public and private sectors, BOI aims to synergize efforts to make Pakistan a more compelling investment destination.

The Board of Investment (BOI) extends its sincere gratitude to the Sialkot Chamber of Commerce & Industries (SCCI) This collaborative effort between BOI and SCCI exemplifies shared dedication to fostering a thriving investment landscape in Pakistan.

The visit of Sialkot Chamber of Commerce & Industry was followed by meeting of BOI team with The Surgical Instruments Manufacturers Association of Pakistan (SIMAP). The meeting was held to deliberate Regulatory issues and problems hampering the marketing and branding of Surgical Instruments.

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