Pakistan Real Estate: What now?

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Ms Huma Fakhar, managing partner, MAP services group, said Pakistan will continue to attract investment from GCC, in general and the UAE in particular due to the strong economic growth in recent years.

Referring to middle East-Pakistan Agricultural and Dairy Investment Forum held in Lahore recently, she said GCC investors has shown strong interest in Pakistan’s farm sector and committed significant investment in near future.

MAP services group’s newly established bridge capitals a Dubai based company, in the process of setting up a fund to develop model dairy and livestock farm in Pakistan. The fund will focus on private equity, SME funding and development as well as donor facilitation of projrect, she said adding that the company plans to have 10 model farms in Pakistan by the end of 2010.

The first model farm will start operation in 2008 and the remaining nine will be completed in phases by the end of 2010, she added

“Once the 10 model farms are in operation, Bridge to Pakistan plans to list its share on the Karachi Stock Exchange or the Dubai International Financial Exchange through initial public offerings”

Abrajj Capital is also willing to invest in dairy farming sector of Pakistan” She revealed.
Original source: Pakistan Real Estate
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