WEF’s Schwab Praises Pakistan Progress
WEF’s Schwab Praises Pakistan Progress

WEF’s Schwab Praises Pakistan Progress

WEF’s Schwab Praises Pakistan Progress

World Economic Forum chairman, Klaus Schwab, praised Pakistan’s progress on the economic front and shared his feedback with the Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Wednesday in Davos, APP reported. The WEF chairman informed Sharif that business leaders consider Pakistan a great investment destination. Schwab appreciated progress of Pakistan in the infrastructure sector and declared that Pakistan is now ready to lead the regional connectivity initiative with Central Asia. Pakistan is now attracting business groups from abroad based on improved security and energy sectors, the WEF chairman added .Schwab also held meeting with different business leaders during the annual World Economic Forum.


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