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Japan to work with Sindh govt on automobile, fisheries, IT sectors: CM tells

KARACHI – Sindh Chief Minister (CM) and Japanese ambassador in Pakistan Kuninori Matsuda agreed to work together for the development of fisheries, automobile and IT-based youth exchange programmes from next year. This decision was taken in the meeting held between the two at the CM House on Monday. The CM said that there were a lot of investment opportunities for Japanese investors in Sindh. “The provincial government encourages investment in the province directly or on the Public Private Partnership (PPP) mode,” he said.

The visiting envoy of Japan said that they had selected automobile, fisheries and youth exchange programmes in IT sectors. The CM said that his government was working to develop the fisheries sector on…

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