Prime Minister Imran Khan urged responsible authorities on Sunday to create a unique visa category for those involved in CPEC projects and to remove barriers to providing long-term visas to international investors, particularly Chinese investors.
The premier presided over a review meeting on the progress of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) projects and the promotion of foreign investment in the country, during which he directed the Home Ministry to submit a summary to the federal cabinet outlining all possible incentives to investors.
According to the Prime Minister, Pakistan and China’s strategic alliance is “exemplary” for the rest of the world.
“To translate these links into strong economic linkages, it is vital to promote investment in areas of mutual interest and provide all feasible incentives to investors,” the Prime Minister stated.
The Prime Minister emphasized the significance of CPEC in fostering economic growth in Pakistan and acting as a catalyst for regional development.
He was pleased with the progress of the Special Economic Zones and directed that a CPEC Special Economic Zone be established in Karachi.
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