TOKYO  - Pakistan is to offer Japan, a number of projects for investments in diverse fields with emphasis on participation in energy related projects including construction of Bhasha Dam, Thar Coal, development of Gwadar Port and establishment of industries in ambitious Japan specific Special Economic Zone, a senior Official at Pakistan Embassy in Japan said Friday. A 10-member Japanese Study group comprising prominent businessmen, industrialist and members of chamber and commerce from both the countries and led by Pakistan Japan business Forum will undertake a week-long visit to Pakistan from July 20 during which they will hold meetings with their counterparts in Karachi and Islamabad. The Minister Economic at Pakistan Mission in Tokyo Iftikhar Babar giving details to APP on Friday said that we are putting every effort to attract Japanese investors to set up industries in ambitious projects in a Special Economic Zone that will be established in an area of 2500 acres of land in Karachi. The main objective of Japan investment is to set up Export-oriented industries at the special zone and after manufacturing various goods, the same are to be sent abroad including Middle East, Iran, Afghanistan and other global markets, he emphasized. For instance, we want the Japanese giants like Toyota, Honda, Nissan, Isuzu etc who are now involved in assembling of various components that they should completely manufacture their engines and other equipments in this Zone for export?, he noted. He said that the Board of Investment in this connection would conduct a comprehensive briefing for the Japanese study group on July 23 in Islamabad. He pointed out that Pakistan is receiving Official Development Assistance (ODA) annually around US$ 400-500 million from Japan for establishment of various projects. He said that for the 2008, ODA, the Pakistan side has proposed to Japan to participate in the construction of Bhasha Dam project