DOHA, Jan 22: Qatari businessmen and investors on Tuesday expressed interest to invest in Pakistan in diverse areas, including hospitality, large-scale manufacturing, transportation and food production.
This was agreed during separate meetings with Qatar Businessmen Association (QBA) Chairman Sheikh Faisal Bin Qassim Bin Faisal Al-Thani accompanied by Hussain Alfardan, two of Middle East's leading businessmen, a delegation of Qatar Chamber and other leading businessmen with Prime Minister Imran Khan.
It was followed by a meeting with Hassan Al-Thawadi, Secretary General of the Supreme Committee of Delivery & Legacy, who briefed the Prime Minister on FIFA 2022 preparations. He also promised to focus on encouraging skilled manpower import from Pakistan.
QBA businessman Sheikh Nawaf Bin Nasser Bin Khaled Al-Thani also called on the Prime Minister representing the NBK group.
The Prime Minister also welcomed a delegation of Qatar Chamber led by Sheikh Khalifa Bin Jassim Bin Mohammed Al-Thani accompanied by Qatar's leading importers.
The meeting concluded with a resolve to increase imports from Pakistan and providing a bilateral framework of trade which will enhance Pakistani exports to Qatar.