80 Japan Cos currently operating in Pakistan

JAMSHORO: An International seminar titled “Pak-Japan Trade: Channel of Social Connectivity” was held at University of Sindh, Jamshoro. This friendship event focused on the business ties and cultural commonalities between Pakistan and Japan, says a Press release.
While speaking to the distinguished gathering, Consul-General of Japan, Isomura Toshikazu, said that about 80 Japanese companies are currently operating in Pakistan and some potential Japanese companies are keenly interested in investing into the Pakistani economic growth, however, the present COVID-19 pandemic has deflated these hopes for investment.
President of Pakistan-Japan Intellect Forum (PJIF), Iqbal Burma emphasized on various opportunities to promote mutual relations between the two countries.
Vice Chancellor of University of Sindh, Prof. Dr. Mohammad Siddique Kalhoro, while presiding over the seminar mentioned that Japanese investors must be encouraged to invest in Pakistan as the country is becoming digitally sound and tech savvy.
Later, a vote of thanks was delivered by Dr. Ghazala Panhwar, Associate Professor of University of Sindh which concluded the proceedings of the seminar.

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