Abu Dhabi Group in $45bn pact to build world's tallest building in Pakistan
- United Arab Emirates: Saturday, February 16 - 2013 at 00:55
Abu Dhabi Group has signed an agreement with Pakistan's property tycoon and founder of Bahria Town, Malik Riaz, to build the world's tallest building in Karachi, Khaleej Times has reported. Under the deal, investment of up to $35bn will be made in Sind, while $10bn will be invested in Islamabad and Lahore. The agreement will also see facilities such as sports, international, media, educational, medical cities and miniatures of the world's seven wonders to be built in Pakistan's financial capital.
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