According to an official handout, Lahore will get its tallest building on the banks of the River Ravi after the Dhabi Group of the UAE signed an agreement with the Punjab Government to invest Rs60 billion in the Pakistani province.
Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar, who is on a three-day visit to Dubai, and UAE Minister for Tolerance and Coexistence Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak witnessed the signing of a memorandum of understanding (MoU) for the construction of the ‘Mubarak Centre,’ an iconic project with commercial, residential, and entertainment facilities.
Buzdar informed the UAE minister that the Punjab government is creating a welcoming environment for foreign investors, as Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has envisioned.
“This new project on the bank of River Ravi will usher in a new era of progress in Lahore,” the chief minister said, adding that Central Business District Project has also been launched successfully that will attract foreign investment in the province.
source: khaleej times