The month-long activities by Pakistan’s Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province has been started with the aim of showcasing the potential for investment in tourism, agriculture,
'Pakistan Pavilion celebrates the New Year by opening the exhibition for Khyber Pakhtunkhwa at Expo 2020 Dubai. 'We would like to use Expo 2020 as a platform to display our tourist spots, indigenous Kalash culture and the historic Gandhara Civilisation,' Kamran Ahmad Afridi said.
The Pakistan Pavilion has welcomed another 50,000 visitors in only seven more days. Over the 82 days of being live, while the pavilion received visits from the Pakistani diaspora and many UAE residents, the majority of the visitors were from the international community.
Pakistan’s Board of Investment (BoI) on Monday organised an investment promotion seminar to apprise the potential foreign investors on investment policies and potential in Pakistan.
Women farmers—those who toil by tilling vast lands and engage in other agricultural activities around the world—aside from attending to the daily needs of their families, friends and even strangers—should neither be neglected nor abused.
Pakistan has the capacity of 60,000 MV identified power potential and close to 50 per cent is in the KP. “So far hardly 10 per cent being using and remaing 40% resources are untapped but these can be beneficial against good return of foreign investment,” Eng. Naeem said.
K-Electric – the Saudi and Kuwaiti-backed sole privatised power utility, introduced its ‘Roshni Baji’ programme at Expo 2020 Dubai by honouring Abeera Kamran and Zara Afshan as the country’s first certified
His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, on Thursday met with the President of Cyprus Nicos Anastasiades, who is currently visiting the UAE to
Fatima Group, one of the fastest-growing industrial conglomerates in Pakistan, has signed two MoUs of over $1 billion with two key global agriculture stakeholders - China Machinery Engineering Company (CMEC) from China and Sarh Attaqnia Co. (SAC)