The PJBC provides both the countries the strategic insight, network access and influence required to:
The Pakistan-Japan Business Council (PJBC) story began over sixty years ago when the bilateral relations between two states started. Pakistan played a significant role during 1947-51 in lifting the Occupation and restoring of Japan’s sovereignty ratified the Japanese peace treaty. In 1948, the trade liaison offices in Karachi and Tokyo. In April 18, 1952 both the countries established regular diplomatic missions. Pakistan’s Prime Minister Hussain Shaheed Suharawardy was the first Asian leader to visit Japan in April 1957. Within a month in May 1957, Japanese Prime Minister Nobusuke Kishi undertook visit to Pakistan, which was also the first-ever visit by a Japanese Prime Minister to Asia after the end of World War II.