Chief Minister Sindh directs officers concerned to have a detail meeting with diplomats of Morocco to identify the areas by which we can boost up bilateral trade with them

Karachi, September 26, 2013 (PPI-OT): The Chief Minister Sindh Syed Qaim Ali Shah has directed the officers concerned to have a detail meeting with the diplomats of Kingdom of Morocco to identify the areas by which we can boost up the bilateral trade with them. This he directed while talking the Ambassador of Kingdom of Morocco Mr. MUSTAPHA SALAHDINE who called on him at CM House today.

The Chief Minister Sindh said that we have old bilateral relation with Morocco. He said that we have good quality of Rice, Which we can export to the Morocco, in exchange of Phosphate that we need for Agriculture sector. He said we can increase our trade in other areas as well.

Meanwhile a four (04) member delegation of entrepreneurs from ITALY lead by ATTILIO was called on by Chief Minister Sindh Syed Qaim Ali Shah at CM House today. Talking on the occasion The Chief Minister Sindh Syed Qaim Ali Shah said that there were many fields in which foreign investments can be made in Sindh.

He said that by exchanging views and people to people contact, we can identify many areas in which investment could be made. The visiting delegation informed to the Chief Minister Sindh that they have expertise in construction of Tunnels, Roads, Motor ways, railways tracks, dams, they also said that they also possess good and latest machineries for re-utilization of waste material and producing diesel from the plastic. They said that they came there to look for investment opportunities here in Sindh, where we consider good potential of resources.

For more information, contact:
Mr. Allah Bachayo Memon
Press Secretary
Chief Minister House
Tel: +9221 99202019
Cell: +92300-3524057 (Ext: 336)

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