Foreign Minister of Pakistan, Asad Umar, on Tuesday, stated that Suzuki Motors has shown interest in investing $450 Million to expand car production in Pakistan.
A delegation of the Suzuki Motors Corp called on Prime Minister Imran Khan at his office. The delegation included Global Chairman Suzuki Osamu Suzuki, Kinji Saito, Masafumi Harano, Shiego Takezawa, Yusuke Katto, and Shafiq A Shaikh.
The Foreign Minister announced the good news on his official Twitter account!
Excellent day from a foreign investment perspective. Global Chairman suzuki motors visited & expressed interest in investing 450 million$ to expand car production in Pak & worlds biggest energy company Exxon mobil re opened there office in Pak 27 years after leaving the country
— Asad Umar (@Asad_Umar) November 27, 2018
The Japanese ambassador to Pakistan, Takashi Kurai, was also present during the meeting. The delegation briefed the PM about the existing investment of the Suzuki Motors Corp and its future investment plans in the country.
PM Khan was pleased to hear Suzuki’s plans for the construction of a second manufacturing plant which will produce more than 100,000 vehicles.
He appreciated step taken by Suzuki Motors, added that the present government is focused on private sector development, promotion of investment, improving ease of doing business and growth of the manufacturing sector.
The PM also assured the delegation of continued support of the state towards availing future business opportunities in Pakistan.
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