Tokyo, 2 May 2023 (TDI): Vice President of the Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FPCCI), Amin Ullah Baig, met with Pakistan’s Ambassador Raza Bashir Tarar today to discuss investment and tourism opportunities between Pakistan and Japan. The two discussed various aspects of bilateral relations, with a focus on enhancing economic cooperation and exploring new avenues for investment.
During the meeting, the Ambassador encouraged the identification of potential joint venture projects in areas such as industrial relocation and tourism infrastructure. He stressed the importance of mutual investment and the need to tap into the immense potential for economic cooperation between the two countries.
Vice President Baig shared his views on the investment opportunities in Pakistan, highlighting the country’s vast resources and untapped growth potential. He also spoke about the opportunities available for Japanese investors in the country, including in sectors such as energy, telecommunications, and agriculture.
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The Vice President of FPCCI emphasized the importance of increasing the exchange of business delegations and organizing trade fairs and exhibitions to enhance bilateral trade and bring people from both countries closer. He also highlighted the need to streamline trade regulations and simplify procedures for visa issuance to promote business ties between the two countries.
The Ambassador and the Vice President expressed their commitment to strengthening economic relations between Pakistan and Japan. Both officials also agreed to work together to identify new areas of cooperation.
Enhancing tourism and cultural exchange was also discussed, which would help promote understanding between both countries and boost economic growth through increased travel and trade opportunities. It would also help to build people-to-people contact.
The meeting was a productive exchange of ideas and views on ways to enhance economic cooperation and tourism between Pakistan and Japan. The participants expressed their desire to build a strong partnership based on mutual trust and understanding and to work together towards the common goal of shared prosperity and growth.