WEF Chairman, Klaus Schwab has showered plenty of praise for Pakistan’s economic progress at Davos, Switzerland.
While meeting at World Economic Forum (WEF) with the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Nawaz Sharif, at Davos, Klaus Schwab appreciated Pakistan’s overall economic growth. In addition, he also shared his views with Prime Minister Sharif after meeting with different business players from all around the world.
An Ideal Destination for Investment
During the meeting, WEF Chairman briefed Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif about what the top business leaders had to say about Pakistan. The former informed the latter that business leaders feel that Pakistan is a terrific destination for investment. The chairman also lauded the efforts of Pakistan on the infrastructure front. Moreover, he also mentioned that Pakistan is now raring and all set to lead the regional connectivity enterprise with Central Asia.
While speaking to Nawaz Sharif, he added:
“Pakistan is now attracting business groups from abroad based on improved security and energy sectors”
In reply to WEF’s chairman statement, Prime Minister also provided a short outline of Pakistan’s economic agenda. Additionally, he also briefed the Chairman about the vision for progressive Pakistan. Furthermore, Nawaz Sharif also informed the Chairman about the micro and macroeconomic policies that had started reaping benefits.
Business leaders from different countries have also acknowledged the efforts of Pakistan to progress greatly despite the menace of terrorism in the country. The security situation in the country has improved drastically in last couple of years. As a result, Pakistan is gaining plenty of attraction from international investors as it is gradually becoming a safe destination for them.
Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and Minister of IT and Technology, Ms. Anusha Rehman are currently representing Pakistan at the 47th Annual Meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. Klaus Schwab formally invited the Prime Minister while Anusha Rehman was invited to boast about digital Pakistan to the world.