Miftah Ismail, Pakistan’s Federal Minister for Finance and Revenue, has told the Dutch telecom company VEON that the government will support its efforts to invest in the country. Work quickly to solve any problems which have come up.
During a talk with Kaan Terzioglu, the CEO of VEON Group, at the Finance Department, he said this. The CEO of Jazz, Aamir Ibrahim, and the head of investor relations for VEON, Nik Kershaw. Both took part in the meeting. Matteo Scolari, a shareholder in VEON, also did come to the meeting.
Miftah told the delegation about the government’s plans to attract foreign investment. Make it easier for foreign companies to do business in Pakistan. He also stressed how important it is to attract foreign investment in all areas of the economy.
The CEO of VEON gave a presentation to Pakistan’s Minister Miftah Ismail of Finance about the company’s history, goals, and effects on the country’s economy. He talked to the Minister of Finance about the group’s problems while he was there.
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