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Paper features OPIC President Elizabeth Littlefield on the role of the private sector in Pakistan’s development

This week, OPIC President and CEO Elizabeth L. Littlefield is visiting Pakistan to discuss investment opportunities with the business community. The visit was highlighted in local media on Monday with an op-ed published by President Littlefield on the important role of the private sector in development.

“Today, American and Pakistani businesses are increasingly linking up and succeeding together, and those successes will lend the transformative power to help our nations and people for generations to come” wrote President Littlefield in her op-ed published in Pakistan’s financial daily, The Business Recorder.

During her four-day tour, President Littlefield will hold a roundtable in Islamabad to brief Pakistani business community on OPIC products in addition to reviewing the existing projects and those in the pipeline.

To read the entire Business Recorder article titled: “Partners in Progress,” click here.


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