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Central Asia a big business market, says RCCI president

RAWALPINDI/DUSHANBE MAY 30 (DNA) -:RCCI president has said, Central Asia is a big market and Pakistan should explore new trade avenues in this region. It is the hour of need to explore the new trade avenues, business opportunities and to discuss trade aspects, finding the ways of ease of doing business between Pakistan, Afghanistan and Central Asia.

This was stated by President Rawalpindi Chamber of Commerce and Industry (RCCI) Raja Amer Iqbal while addressing at a meeting of Tajikistan Chamber of Commerce at Dushanbe.

Pakistan Ambassador in Tajikistan, Tariq Somro, USAID regional chairman Ms Jitindar Chema, USAID-PREIA chief of Party Donald Corter, Commercial Counselor Mahroof Abdul Rehman, members of the trade chamber and business community attended the meeting.

Raja Amer Iqbal said that exchange of cultural business and trade information, visa facilitation, exchange of trade delegations and business to business meetings can be good source of boosting trade ties between the two countries.  Textile, mining, construction and pharmaceutical sector offering promising joint venture opportunities, he added.

He said that Pakistan economy is taking a leap and expressed hope that CASA1000 MW energy project will help Pakistan to meet its energy requirement. He demanded for exchange of trade delegations of both chambers.

RCCI President apprised the Tajik trade members about the current and upcoming activities of the Rawalpindi chamber.=DNA


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