Speaking to Dawn news after the meeting, Finance Minister Asad Umar said Saudi Prince Mohammad bin Salman bin Abdulaziz would visit Pakistan next month and most of the MoUs were expected to be signed during his trip.
"According to a survey, 65 per cent of the investments will take place in the country's commercial hub Karachi and 35 per cent in Lahore," he added.
Sharif told Dawn that he had recently visited China and signed MoUs on industrial cooperation under the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CEPC).
The BoI chief said the UAE was interested in agriculture, housing and other sectors.
He said that four Malaysian firms were also due this month and would invest in four sectors - halal meat, gemstone, information technology and hi-tech education.
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