No immediate impact on Pakistan’s economy after Brexit: Sartaj
ISLAMABAD, 28 JUNE, (DNA) – Adviser on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz says Brexit may not have any immediate economic impact on Pakistan.
He was addressing an Inter-Ministerial meeting held in Islamabad in the wake of Britain’s decision to leave the European Union.
He said Pak-UK relations are rooted in history and complimented by strong linkages.
The meeting concluded that Pakistani exporters should improve their competitive advantage to compensate for the recent fall in the value of Sterling. =DNA
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