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IBC Extends Invitation to Pakistani Investors

IBC Extends Invitation to Pakistani Investors

In a bid to bolster bilateral economic ties, the International Business Council (IBC) Kyrgyzstan has extended an invitation to Pakistani investors to explore opportunities in establishing a pharmaceutical plant and textile unit in Kyrgyzstan’s burgeoning market.

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Director of IBC, Askar Sydykov, made this announcement on Wednesday during discussions with a Pakistani trade delegation currently visiting Kyrgyzstan. Sydykov emphasized the favorable investment landscape in Kyrgyzstan, citing a growing demand for pharmaceuticals and textiles, which presents an ideal environment for profitable ventures.


Highlighting the steady growth of the global pharmaceutical industry, Sydykov underscored Kyrgyzstan’s position as a promising destination for investors seeking lucrative opportunities. He further elaborated that by establishing a textile unit, Pakistani investors can leverage access to the Eurasian Economic Union and other regional markets, expanding their reach and enhancing economic prospects.