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Government Aims to Attract Leading Global Brands to Pakistan

Discover the government’s initiative to entice renowned international brands to establish a presence in Pakistan, fostering economic growth and collaboration. Explore opportunities for global brands to join the ‘Make in Pakistan’ movement and benefit from support in the first six months through the Export Development Fund.

Government Aims to Attract Leading Global Brands to Pakistan

The government of Pakistan wants famous foreign companies to open stores in the country. They are ready to give them office space for their offices. If global companies come to Pakistan and work with local businesses as part of the ‘Make in Pakistan’ plan, the government will pay for their expenses for the first six months, according to a national news report.

Because of the trade problems between the United States and China, many American companies are looking to move their business to other countries. The Commerce Ministry of Pakistan is trying hard to get more American companies to do business with Pakistan.

To attract foreign companies to set up offices in Pakistan, executives from the textile and apparel industry will organize a roadshow during the Heimtex exhibition in January 2024 in Frankfurt, Germany. Pakistani business people want to make connections with global leaders in the textile and apparel industry during this event. More roadshows are planned in January and February in Paris, Miami, New York, and Las Vegas.

During these roadshows, Pakistani business leaders will try to convince companies like Nike, The TJX Companies Inc., Walmart, Target Minneapolis, Macy’s New York, Nordstrom, Dick’s Sporting Goods, American Eagle Outfitters, Abercrombie H&M (Hennes & Mauritz) Stockholm, Sweden, and Fast Retailing Companies Ltd to set up sourcing houses in Pakistan.

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They will also try to attract companies like Anta Sports Products Ltd Jinjiang, China, Boohoo Manchester, UK, John Lewis, UK, ASOS London, UK, River Island London, UK, Next Plc Enderby, UK, Marks & Spencer London, UK, and JD Sports, UK.

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