November 10 2017
Pak Japan Business Forum (PJBF) hosted a dinner in honor of Pak Japan Business Council President Rana Abid Hussain; who is in Pakistan these days to attend the mega event Expo 2017 along with Japanese delegation.
On this occasion; PJBF Chairman Sohail P. Ahmed, Director Faheem Sulaiman, Kaleem Farooqi met with PJBC President Rana Abid Hussain and other delegates.
Consul General of Japan in Karachi Toshikazu Isomura was also presented at the event; participants discussed the prospect of trade and businesses between Japan and Pakistan.
November 09 2017
PJBC President Rana Abid Hussain attends the Pakistan’s mega exhibition Expo 2017 where more than 186 stalls were established in the exhibition for showcasing products by various companies. On this major occasion, President Rana Abid Hussain was accompanied by a delegation from Japan. While in Expo; Mr. Hussain met with Pakistani manufactures and discussed investment opportunities and business prospects with businessman and a number of organizations participated in the Expo 2017.
Further to it, Mr. Hussain also met with Japanese companies participated in Expo 2017 for propping up their products and services.
Mr. Hussain; showed interested in Pakistan’s displayed products and services; and affirm all the possible support from Pak Japan Business Council to the manufacturers in order to pave the way for their businesses towards Japan.
October 30 2017
PJBC governing body including Chairman Antonio Inoki and Advisor Jahangir Khan congratulate its President Rana Abid Hussain on chosen and awarded by Lexus Japan for being leading buyer of Lexus in Japan; which itself is a hit in year by an individual in Japan.
Rana Abid Hussain added 12 Lexus in his fleet in this year; which is the largest numbers in Japan by an individual. In this way, Rana Abid Hussain has become first Pakistani and individual in Japan to buy largest numbers of Lexus in year 2017.
October 29 2017
Most Expensive Japanese Automaker Lexus called on Pak Japan Business Council Abid Hussain in a small ceremony to award him on account of buying 12 Lexus in this year, this is itself a record by anyone in Japan to buy most these expensive vehicle in such huge numbers.
After this award, Rana Abid Husain has become first in Japan moreover a Pakistani who has bought 12 Lexus in consecutive year.
Former World champion Antonio Inoki organized a sports event INOKI ISM.2 at Tokyo. In this event he introduced Haroon Abid Jhara the nephew of great Jhara Pehlwan at the event and declared him as the best asset of Pakistan.
Years back Antonio Inoki took Haroon Abid Jhara in his supervision and vowed to trained him in Japan and make a professional wrestler.
After three years of rigorous training Haroon Abid has become a wrestler and performing on local level competitions. Inoki further stated that he is training Haroon for the 2020 Olympics.
On this occasion Pakistan Ambassador Dr. Asad Majeed also met with Haroon Abid Jhara; praised him and advised to do more efforts to building Pakistan’s image.
On this occasion Rana Abid Hussain of the Pak Japan Business Council also praised Haroon Abid Jhara and thanked Inoki for the training and supervision, Rana Abid Hussain announced that if Haroon Abid Jhara make to get any medal for Pakistan in the Olympics, he will give them a cash prize worth Rs. 2 million.
On this announcement of Rana Abid Hussain; Pakistani Ambassador Dr. Asad Majeed appreciated Pak Japan Council that such proclamations motivated the sportsmen.
October 15, 2017
Pak Japan Business Council governing body wishes speedy recovery to its President Rana Abid Hussain; who is admitted in hospital these days. In a message Rana Abid Hussain gratitude for all the wishes; moreover he appreciates the Japanese Medical system which provides world-class facilities which can be modify as per the requirement s of patients to cure the disease in a better way. In every hospital on top floor there is suite room which patients can use as per his financial conditions.
September 03, 2017
President of Pak Japan Business Council, Rana Abid Hussein, said that the government would have to take serious attitude to promote Pak-Japan trade relations and to eliminate negative trends effecting on bi-lateral relations.
He said that this move is crucial for promoting trade with Japan and providing incentives to Japanese investors in Pakistan, he said that despite the completion of 65 years of diplomatic relations between Pakistan and Japan, Pakistani exports are limited to 300 to 400 million rupees, although many institutions in Pakistan are willing to increase exports but focus on Japan is not sufficient enough.
Rana Abid Hussain said that he has already informed the government of Pakistan about his recommendations, if implemented then Pakistan exports can reach $ 3 billion in only three years.
August 10, 2017
Pak-Japan Business Council held an initiative of celebrating 70th independence day in Japan as Pak-Japan Friendship Festival. Inauguration of the event was done by Pakistan’s Ambassador Dr. Asad Majeed and Japanese Member of Parliament and Chairman of PJBC Muhammad Hussain Inoki.
The event was held in the heart of Ueno, Ueno Park. The whole place was decorated with Pakistani flags and buntings.
On this occasion, the Chairman of PJBC Muhammad Hussain Inoki chanted slogans of Pakistan Zindabad. Further Japanese Ambassador sung the National Anthem of Pakistan.
Pakistani Ambassador Dr. Asad Majeed praised the love of Muhammaed Hussain Inoki for Pakistan and its people. Further he commended the efforts of PJBC President Rana Abid Hussain on his efforts for the visit of Muhammad Hussain Inoki to Pakistan which will help in promoting the relationship between two countries.
August 10, 2017
The Pak Japan Business Council Chairman Antonio Inoki met with a delegation in Nagoya along with President of PJBC Rana Abid Hussain. On this occasion Japan’s parliamentarian and former racing world champion Mohammad Hussein Inoki expressed his desire to visit mausoleum of Allama Iqbal during his visit to Pakistan in November 2017.
Inoki further said that Allama Iqbal is a world-renowned poet and his role in making Pakistan is vital and he has always been keen to give attendance to his mausoleum.
Inoki paid thanks to President of Pak Japan Business Council Rana Abid Hussein, for his efforts to arrange a visit Pakistan, by which Inoki is going to Pakistan where he will organize a Peace Walk on Wahaga Border to promote peace between Pakistan and India. Further he will have wrestling competitions in Islamabad, Lahore and Karachi on cultural week celebration on completion of 65 years of Pak-Japan friendship.