The government is focusing on trade diplomacy to promote Pakistan’s trade and exports with foreign countries, Pakistan’s Ambassador-designate to the Netherlands Suljuk Mustansar Tarar said.
Speaking to the Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ICCI) business community, he pledged to cooperate with the private sector to promote Pakistan’s trade with the Netherlands.
“Although it is still uncertain how the European economies, including the Netherlands, will form after the Covid-19 pandemic, but I will focus on diversifying Pakistan’s trade and exports with the Netherlands. Low, âhe said. To achieve this goal, he said he would share business opportunities with the Ministry of Commerce and Chambers of Commerce so that Pakistan’s business community can benefit.
He promised to encourage Dutch investors to explore Pakistan for joint ventures and investments. âFurther efforts are needed to increase Pakistan’s export base and the private sector must play a vital role to achieve this goal,â he said.
He also shared plans to seek new opportunities for the Pakistani private sector in the European nation to facilitate Pakistan’s exports.
Speaking on the occasion, ICCI President Sardar Yasir Ilyas Khan said Prime Minister Imran Khan is passionate about promoting Pakistan’s trade and exports.
He called on relevant ministries and Pakistani missions in foreign countries to take a proactive approach to help the private sector harness its real export potential.
Citing figures, he said Pakistan’s bilateral trade with the Netherlands was at $ 1 billion, which did not reflect the true potential of the two countries.
âTextiles are a major export from Pakistan to the Netherlands, but with the support of the government we can ship many other products to Amsterdam such as pharmaceuticals, marble and granite, computer products and surgical instruments. “, did he declare.
Posted in The Express Tribune, June 27e, 2021.
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