Business community playing key role in Pak-US ties: Masood

Says companies could scale up their investments in IT, renewable and alternate energy and agriculture in Pakistan.

WASHINGTON: Pakistan’s ambassador to the US Masood Khan has said Pakistani business community in America is playing a critical role in cementing trade relations between the two countries besides investing their resources in the motherland.

He was speaking at a virtual meeting with business leaders heading various chambers and business entities in Houston, California and other parts of the United States, says a press released issued by the embassy of Pakistan in Washington.

He said Pakistani and American could utilize the US International Development Finance Corporation (DFC) and International Finance Corporation for scaling up their investments in IT, renewable and alternate energy, agriculture and extractive industries.

Chairman Pakistan Chamber of Commerce Amir Piprani, CEO Ka’aba Fusion Dr. Sohail Masood, CEO of TSI Engineering, Inc and alumnus of the Civil Engineering Department UET Lahore Maqsood, President Houston-Karachi Sister City Association Muhammad Saeed Sheikh, Director Pakistan Stock Exchange Limited Ahmed Chinoy and others also addressed the meeting.

The virtual meeting was arranged by the embassy as part of its ongoing initiative to connecting business organizations for promoting business activities between Pakistan and the US.

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