Pakistan, led by newly elected Prime Minister Imran Khan, is looking to the Middle East to expand its infrastructure and overcome a looming economic crisis. What does the future hold for these historic economic ties?
Speaking at the Future Investment Initiative 2018 conference in Riyadh last week, Khan, who is also the chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), confirmed the county is in talks with investors from Saudi Arabia relating to the construction of oil refineries. Khan, who became prime minster on 18 August 2018, added: “We actually need two oil refineries in Pakistan to meet demand. We have already met with Saudi investors who have [recently visited] Pakistan.”
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