CM Sindh approves establishment of two SEZs in private, public sector


KARACHI: Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah has approved establishment of two Special Economic Zones (SEZs) in private and public sector.

According to APP, the chief minister presiding over 3rd board meeting of Special Economic Zone Authority Sindh approved two applications under which two Special Economic Zones would be established.

Chairing another meeting of Dhabeji Special Economic Zone (DSEZ), the chief minister directed the Board of Revenue (BoR) to hand over the possession of 1535 acres of land to DSEZ.

A Priority Project under China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) will facilitate the potential investors of China and other countries.

The DSEZ is being developed on Public Private Partnership with an investment of over $50 billion.

The project will generate over 50,000 job opportunities for the skilled and unskilled youth.

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