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Investment in Balochistan: Foreign states taking interest: BBoIT CEO

APP   11 Feb 2021 Facebook Twitter Whatsapp QUETTA: Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Balochistan Board of Investment and Trade (BBoIT), Farman Zarkoon on Wednesday said that there was a conducive environment for foreign investment in the province and the international community was being attracted towards Balochistan. In a statement, he said the steps were taken by the provincial government under the leadership of Chief Minister Balochistan Jam Kamal Khan for the promotion of investment were proving fruitful. In this regard, successful webinars have been organized for investors from many countries including USA, Africa, China, Saudi Arabia, and Turkey in which these investors got the opportunity to know about Balochistan for the first time he said adding these countries also expressed interest in investing. While the processes of webinars would continue in the future, there were also plans to hold road shows in some countries to attract investors. He said close liaison was being mainta

CPEC, a game changer for entire region: Amanullah Yasinzai

7 hours ago OUR STAFF REPORT       QUETTA-Governor Balochistan Amanullah Yasinzai on Wednesday said that China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is a game changer for the entire region including Pakistan.  He expressed these views while talking to trainee officers of PAF Air War Col-lege Course at Governor House led by Air Commodore Kashif Jamal called on him.  The participants were informed about CPEC, ongoing development progress in Balochistan, law and order situation, technical and vocational training centers, ag-riculture and livestock. Governor Amanullah Yasinzai said that Balochistan is rich of natural resources and minerals and the government was trying hard to provide basic amenities at peo-ple’s doorstep. He said despite having long borders with Afghanistan and Iran, the law and or-der situation in Balochistan is much better than the past due to the sacrifices made by the security agencies. Governor Yasinzai said there are ample opportunities for investment of domestic and fo