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Pakistan, Saudi Arabia IT MoU: This is what we will get

Pakistan's IT workforce to get access to Saudi public, private sectors

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Pakistan and Saudi Arabia have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to work together in the field of information technology (IT).

The agreement was signed by the Caretaker IT Minister of Pakistan, Umar Saif, and his Saudi counterpart, Abdullah A Al-Sawahah, in Riyadh on Sunday.

It aims to facilitate Pakistani companies to work in Saudi Arabia, provide trained IT manpower to Saudi companies, promote joint ventures with Saudi firms, and establish a startup exchange program with top Saudi tech incubators.


The MoU also includes a bilateral commitment to the digital economy. Both sides agreed to promote the private sector apart from the government level.

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