PESHAWAR - Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KPCCI) on Tuesday asked Malaysian investors to invest in hydro power generation and tourism sectors in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province.
The demand was made during KPCCI President Dr Mohamamd Yousaf Sarwar meeting with Malaysian High Commissioner to Pakistan Dr. Hasrul Sani Bin Mujtbar, who called on him at his office here. During the meeting both sides agreed to promote bilateral trade between Pakistan and Malaysia.
Prominent among others who present on the occasion were KPCCI senior vice president Iftikhar Ahmad Awan, vice president Anees Ashraf, member of the KPCCI executive committee Saddar Gul, Faiz Rasool, Mohammad Niaz, Gul Salam and others. KPCCI President Dr Yousaf Sarwar stressed the need for promoting trade volume between two brother Muslims states, besides asked Malaysian investors to invest in hydel power generation and tourism sectors in KPK province.
Moreover, KPCCI president also called for exchange of trade delegations between the two countries as well as recommend more easiness in providing visas to the business community. On this occasion, Malaysian High Commissioner to Pakistan Dr Hasrul Sani Bin Mujtbar expressed the hope to invest in hydel power generation, tourism, education and information technology sectors.
Dr Hasrul said that Malaysia has great importance for Pakistani business community and it would give much relaxation in visa to those business attached with importing pam oil from Malaysia. He stressed for promoting trade between the two counties adding that KPK is a gateway to Central Asia.