A U.S.-Pakistan Enterprise Council (USPBC) delegation led by Chairman Miles Younger visited Pakistan March 16-20 for a collection of private and non-private sector conferences geared toward rising commerce between america and Pakistan, and fostering U.S. company funding in Pakistan. The delegation met with excessive degree officers, together with Finance Minister Ishaq Dar and Commerce Minister Khurram Dastgir Khan. Accompanied by USPBC President Esperanza Jelalian, the delegation held productive conferences in Islamabad, Lahore, and Karachi.
Washington D.C.-based USPBC is an affiliate of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Its members embrace small, medium, and multinational corporations that export to or spend money on Pakistan. The Chamber has maintained an ongoing and lively position in selling personal sector engagement in Pakistan and works carefully with the American Enterprise Discussion board in Lahore and the American Enterprise Council in Karachi. That is the USPBC’s sixth commerce mission to Pakistan, and the primary go to since Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif was elected. USPBC members burdened that U.S. corporations are desperate to work with each international locations to deepen U.S. personal sector engagement in Pakistan throughout their conferences.
Carolyn Brehm, Vice President of Authorities Relations for Procter & Gamble, mentioned that Pakistan has made outstanding progress in a short while and that her firm is increasing its enterprise by making extra investments in Pakistan. She mentioned that Procter & Gamble sees nice potential within the big Pakistani market.
The delegation contains Miles Younger of Ogilvy & Mather, Carolyn Brehm of Procter & Gamble, Najeeb Ghauri of Netsol Applied sciences, Ashraf Qazi of the Pakistan American Funding Group, David Wilhelm and Fazli Qadir of Hecate Power, Taher Khan of Interflow, and Kamran Qamar of Cargill.