Quetta Chamber of Commerce and Industry invites Gwadar investors

Quetta Chamber of Commerce and Industry invites Gwadar investors

Quetta Chamber of Commerce and Industry invites Gwadar investors. Chairman of the Gwadar Port Authority (GPA), Naseer Khan Kashani, has asked members of the Quetta Chamber of Commerce and Industry (QCCI) to seize golden business prospects in the port city.

He stated at a meeting with members of the QCCI here on Monday that the government has previously declared plans to provide maximum facilities and incentives to business people interested in investing in Gwadar. He told them that their investment and trade initiatives would be given priority.

Mr. Kashani stated that 92% of work on the Eastbay Expressway had been completed, the Pakistan-China Vocational Center had been completed three months ago. In addition, they had accelerated the pace of work on other projects launched under the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor in Gwadar and other coastal districts.

On his arrival at the Chamber, Mr. Kashani was greeted by QCCI patrons Chief Ghulam Farooq Khliji, Senior Vice President Abdullah Achakzai, Vice President Akhtar Kakar, Yahya Khan Nasir, Fujan Bareech, and Ayub.

According to them, a Chamber delegation recently visited Gwadar Port to assess the situation and progress on the ground. Quetta Chamber of Commerce and Industry invites Gwadar investors.

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They stated that Balochistan exporters and importers should also receive tax exemptions at Gwadar port following SRO 492 and promised the GPA chairman that the QCCI would give all feasible help to the government regarding Gwadar Port.

He stated that an increasing number of people were taking advantage of the wonderful opportunity to work in Gwadar. However, he noted that those concerned in industry and commerce would need to make a swift and decisive investment in Gwadar Port.

The GPA’s chairman stated that additional trade-friendly measures were being implemented. He said that he would pursue tax exemptions and other incentives. “By 2050, we will be able to construct 31 berths in Gwadar.”

He stated that the project was in the sights of adversaries who were attempting to derail it, but “we all have to work together to see it through successfully.”

Quetta Chamber of Commerce and Industry invites Gwadar investors.

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