Karachi: CM Sindh Murad Ali Shah while speaking at an investment conference organized on the eve of the World Economic Forum said that the potential projects for investment in Sindh amount to around USD 6 billion. The CM said that the potential project for investment in the province includes a variety of sectors like water, education and technology, environment, urban ecosystem, eco-tourism, and food security. The investment conference, held at the charming location of Schatzalp, Davos, fascinated a large number of visitors, investors, and bankers.
The conference was also attended by the Special Assistant to CM on Investment Syed Qasim Naveed and Director General Public Private Partnership Unit Assad Zamin.
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The CM while highlighting the investment opportunities in his province said, “The investment in the multitude of opportunities being offered in Sindh through an enabling environment rooted in comprehensive legal and institutional mechanisms ensure fair practices, transparency, and attractive economic returns.”
The Chief Minister said that over the past few years the province has made significant progress in the social sector and infrastructure development. He also highlighted the continuous effort of the government for the development of the Thar Coal Project which is vital not only for Sindh but for the economic uplift of the whole country. He added that the ease of doing business ensured by the Sindh government in the recent past is an attractive opportunity for the investors to attain an attractive return on their investment.
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It is worth mentioning here that the Sindh government in the last few years has taken up several steps in the socio-economic development of the province. The Provincial government has been working with a vision to promote investment opportunities under the investment department of the province. There are multiple opportunities for potential investors in tourism, education, agriculture, and industrial development.