Sindh likely to get electric vehicles plant

  • China Power delegation calls on Sindh Transport minister. 
  • Memon warmly welcomes company’s desire of establishing plant. 
  • Minister says establishment of a plant in Sindh would bring benefits. 

A Chinese firm has expressed interest in setting up an electric vehicles plant in Sindh in a meeting with the provincial authorities, The News reported.

The delegation of China Power called on Sindh Minister for Information, Transport, and Mass Transit Sharjeel Inam Memon at the Archives Complex in Karachi on Wednesday.

The meeting was attended by Qasim Naveed Qamar, special assistant to the chief minister, Managing Director Sindh Mass Transit Authority Kamal Dayo, Cheng Qiang, the representative from China Power, Umar Adil Jaffer and others.

Memon warmly welcomed the company’s desire of establishing the plant and assured it of full support in its endeavours.

He emphasised that the government remained committed to supporting investors and industrialists. He mentioned that the government was prepared to provide land to industrialists and offer subsidies as part of its efforts to facilitate their ventures.

The transport minister highlighted that the establishment of a plant in Sindh would bring significant benefits to both the country and its people. He emphasised that it would create new employment opportunities, contributing to economic growth and prosperity for the nation.

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