In a briefing, Prime Minister Imran Khan was informed that the country received about $1bn investment in the initial five months of the government.
Countries including Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, China, Qatar and Malaysia have been major investors.
According to the report presented in the meeting, the investment received in the first five months of the previous government was $426 million.
Several senior officials attended the meeting. PM Imran Khan said that the investment boost showed that the foreign countries are confident about investing in Pakistan. He further said that the foreign investment was important for the stabilization of the economy.
The prime minister was also briefed about the measures being taken to facilitate the foreign investors. He was informed that a Industrial Cooperation Unit has been set up to facilitate and assist the overseas Pakistani who want to invest in the country.