Islamabad: According to news reports, Japan’s Ambassador to Pakistan, Kuninori Matsuda, stated on Wednesday that Japan will develop work possibilities for Pakistani youth, notably in the fields of information technology (IT) and science and technology (S&T).

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During a meeting with the Federal Minister of Finance and Revenue Shaukat Tareen, he made these remarks. Ambassador Matsuda remarked that Japan is interested in a range of fields and will welcome skilled Pakistanis into the labor market. He also showed a desire in diversifying Pakistan’s export base beyond auto manufacturing and textiles.

The federal minister praised the Japanese government for its assistance in a number of sectors, including education and infrastructure development, and emphasized that future collaboration in these areas will be strengthened.

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In addition, the minister urged several Japanese auto manufacturing businesses to participate in Pakistan’s auto sector and reap the benefits of the new policy.

Minister Tareen also expressed gratitude to the Japanese Ambassador for debt relief provided through the G20 Debt Service Suspension Initiative (DSSI).

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