Ambassador Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry attended a luncheon round table hosted by US Pakistan Business Council (USPBC) today.
The President USPBC Esperanza Jelalian and Chairman USPBC Dr. Mehmood Khan welcomed the Ambassador Chaudhry upon joining his assignment as Pakistan Ambassador to the US.
Ambassador Aizaz Chaudhry informed the participants that the security and economic situation has improved tremendously & new investment opportunities are opening up in Pakistan. More closer economic, commercial & investment between the Pakistan and US can further strengthen bilateral relations between the two countries.
Commenting on CPEC, Ambassador underscored that CPEC is a major development on economic front and it is a win-win situation not only for both the countries but for the entire region . Bulk of the investment is going into the energy sector and during the next phase, new Industrial Zones will be established to open up new investment opportunities for the investors from all over the world particularly from the US, the Ambassador remarked.
Ambassador Chaudhry further said we should reach out to the potential investors and businessmen to get benefit from the new investment opportunities in Pakistan. The current Government is pursuing investor friendly policies to encourage foreign investment.
Pakistan American Diaspora can play a very significant role in strengthening Pakistan-US economic and trade ties, Ambassador concluded.
On the occasion, Ambassador Chaudhry had been given honorary membership of the US Pakistan Business Council (USPBC).
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