ISLAMABAD: Finance Minister Ishaq Dar has invited Saudi investors to Pakistan, urging them to take advantage from opportunities and incentives being offered by the incumbent government to foreign investors.
Saudi ambassador-designate to Pakistan Commodore Nawaf Saeed Ahmed Al-Malkiy called on the finance minister here in Islamabad on Saturday. Various matters ranging from bilateral relations to economic cooperation between the two countries in different fields were discussed during the meeting.
Dar appreciated the continuous support of the Saudi government for projects aimed at forging economic development in Pakistan. He urged Saudi investors to avail investment opportunities particularly in the petrochemical industry offered under the liberal investment regime of the incumbent government.
The Saudi ambassador-designate said he would be keen on encouraging greater presence of Saudi investors and companies in Pakistan with a view to further bolster bilateral economic cooperation.