LAHORE: Speaker of Swedish Parliament Per Westerberg said on Wednesday that Swedish companies are interested to invest in the Hydel electricity production projects and other sectors of Pakistan, ARY News reported.
While addressing to the industrialists and traders of Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI), Per Westerberg said Pakistan’s economy is heading towards improvement.
He expressed hope to increase trade with Pakistan by saying that Pakistan can import Paper, Telecommunication equipments, Trucks and Chemicals from Sweden while Sweden can import Textile, Garments, Leather and Sports Goods from Pakistan.
The Speaker of Swedish Parliament said that government of Pakistan is keen to overcome energy crisis and heading towards right way for economic growth.
Later, the delegation of Swedish parliamentarians visited Lahore Museum. They appreciated the relics including Gandhara artifacts and coins put on display in the Museum.
The delegation was briefed about Indus Valley Civilization and antiquities' collection on display in the museum.
On the occasion, Per Westerberg suggested that having ancient and historical resorts like Moen-ju-Daru and Harrapa, Pakistan can earn huge amount of Foreign exchange by promoting tourism.