LAHORE A 100-member delegation of industrialists and traders led by Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif, which participated in Pakistan Business and Investment Conference in Dubai, was very well received by the international trade companies and MoUs of investment worth over $1,060 million in different sectors were signed, according to a handout issued on Monday. These sectors included Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG), Real Estate, Information Technology, Animal Vaccine, Poultry Science, Slaughter Houses, Infrastructure and Energy. During a three-day stay in Dubai, CM Shahbaz met various leading international companies and local investors and informed them about the opportunities of investment in various sectors in the province. He in-depth discussion on various issues with UAE Education Minister Sheikh Nahyan Mubarak Al Nahyan, Governor of Dubai International Financial Centre Ahmed Humaid Al Tayer, Chairman of Giga Group of Companies Haji Muhammad Rafique Gagga and representatives of reputed companies like Ammar Group and Amaan Insurance. The investors, during the meeting with Shahbaz, appreciated the transparent policy of the Punjab government for investment and expressed their keen interest in investment in various sectors. The delegation accompany