Cer­tain key ar­eas, also called Pre­ferred Ar­eas of In­vest­ment, have re­mained the fo­cus for a greater num­ber of pri­vate com­pa­nies based in UAE and com­pa­nies from there are com­ing for­ward to ben­e­fit from the lib­eral in­vest­ment regime in Pak­istan.

Enterprise - - Bilateral -

Lead­ing UAE com­pa­nies op­er­at­ing in Pak­istan are: • Telecom­mu­ni­ca­tion: PTCL, Warid,

Wa­teen and Ufone. ( Abu Dhabi Group) Bank­ing: Bank Al Falah, United Bank Lim­ited un­der Abu Dhabi Group, Dubai Is­lamic Bank, Emi­rates Global Is­lamic Bank. Real Es­tate: Em­mar Prop­er­ties Group, Al-Ghu­rair Giga and Al Hab­tour Trad­ing Enterprises, Bahria Emi­rates and DA­MAC. Al-Ghu­ran is an­other UAEbased real es­tate gi­ant is plan­ning to in­vest in con­struc­tion and real es­tate busi­ness. Air­lines: Eti­had Air­ways, Emi­rates Air­lines and Fly­Dubai In­sur­ance: Al Falah In­sur­ance Com­pany, Emi­rates In­vest­ments Group, which owns Emi­rates Global Is­lamic Bank have plans to in­vest in the Is­lamic in­sur­ance sec­tor, namely Taka­ful Pak­istan Lim­ited and in the real es­tate project of Karachi Fi­nan­cial Tow­ers. Oil and Gas: Pak-Arab Re­fin­ery Ltd. and Byco.

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