ISLAMABAD: Turkish firm, LIMAK Group has proven nice curiosity in investing in numerous sectors of Pakistan’s financial system. “M/s LIMAK Group is keenly desirous about Pakistan in power, manufacturing, highways, bridges, seaport, airport development, and cement sectors,” Chief Government Officer of the Group, Birol Erguven stated right here Tuesday throughout a gathering with Particular Assistant to the Prime Minister and Chairman, Board of Funding, Dr Miftah Ismail.
Birol Erguven was accompanied by Deputy Normal Manger of LIMAK Vitality, Serhat Dinc and Worldwide Initiatives Manger, LIMAK Building, A.Koray Ergun.
Ergun knowledgeable that presently LIMAK Group has been concerned in 4 roads tasks in Pakistan together with Muslim Bagh-Qila Saifullah 50 KM part (N-50) Freeway, Growth of Sukker-Shikarpur-Jacobabad (ICB-5) N-65 Freeway, 84.5 km of Hub-Uthal Part of Nationwide Freeway, Qila-Saifullah-Zhob part of Freeway (N-50).
The Group has additionally been short-listed along with Frontier Works Group in pre-qualification of Kuramm Tangi Dam.
Talking on the event, the Chairman, BOI stated that the Pakistan and Turkey take pleasure in a sturdy relationship in a number of fields.
“Nevertheless, it is very important improve quantity of funding and commerce between the 2 pleasant international locations,” he stated and warranted the Turkis delegation of his full assist.
On the event, N.A Zubari, Senior Government Director, Personal Energy and Infrastructure Board (PPIB) gave a really detailed presentation on Vitality Coverage and funding alternatives accessible in numerous energy sector like energy transmission strains, hydro, wind, coal, photo voltaic and thermal energy tasks.
Syed Aqeel Hussain Jaffery, Director, Alternate Vitality Growth Board, additionally gave a element presentation in regards to the alternatives accessible in numerous different and renewable power in Pakistan.
Appearing Secretary, Board of Funding, Imran Afzal Cheema on the event apprised the delegation that the federal government plans to assemble freeway from Karachi to Multan which is without doubt one of the huge infrastructure tasks and suggested the delegation to look into this challenge for funding perspective.