EcoCity is Economically sustainable (Ecoable) by ring fencing itself with extremely high return activities including Casino, Racecourse, Golf, International soccer and Formula Car Racing. Live Streaming broadcasts competitive games and tournaments to 50 countries guaranteeing maximum exposure to aspiring talents, sportsmen and sportswomen of this 200 hectare integrated utopia. Pan Pacific Finance Group was founded out of the vision of making the earth a beautiful and sustainable place to live in for us, our children and their children. We want a better place free from ash particles, free from toxic Sulfur Dioxide, free from poisonous oxides of Nitrogen, free from carcinogens and free from lung diseases.
Pan Pacific Finance Group was formed to bring awareness to Global Warming, We help countries with projects that would reduce the use of petrol, diesel, LPG and coal. We help fossil fuel dependent countries improve their Balance of Payment by reducing or eliminating import of expensive fossil fuels. Our team, composed of bankers, engineers, consultants, lawyers and architects, provides an integrated solution.
A high return investment that helps an emerging nation in job creation, tourist attraction, technology and high growth in GDP. an Eco-city built to living within the environment, utilizing nearby materials, and neighborhood vitality, (including air and water streams (daylight, wind, and rain) to optimum advantage.
In 2017, two-way merchandise trade between Canada and India reached $8 billion and reached $23 billion between Canada and ASEAN's 10 member countries. Events in the Asia-Pacific region are of critical importance to a broad range of Canadian goals, including prosperity, development, inclusion, sustainability, peace, and security. We are committed to promoting a progressive approach to trade that fosters open markets, creates jobs, helps business become more competitive and drives growth across the Asia-Pacific region
Public–private partnerships (PPPs) can play an important role in addressing the huge infrastructure investment shortfall in Asia and the Pacific. ADB encourages project financing in cooperation with the private sector in all its core operations. Infrastructure needs in developing Asia and the Pacific will exceed $22.6 trillion through 2030. Available funding from traditional sources falls far short of the investment need. With the region facing a huge shortfall in investment, along with its consequences on economic growth
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