Karachi Chamber of Commerce and Industry calls for enhancing Indo-Pak bilateral trade

KARACHI: Karachi Chamber of Commerce and Industry voiced for enhancement of Indo-Pak bilateral trade. Vice President, KCCI, Junaid Esmail Makda said the KCCI’s high-level business delegation to India had the opportunity to meet the minister at the inauguration ceremony of 47th India International Garments Fair at New Delhi recently.

He articulated the cold ice at the level of the two governments should melt down for the larger interest of the people of both countries and for the peace and prosperity in the region.

He said India being the largest economy in the sub-continent might play its role while enhancing trade particularly with Pakistan and SAARC countries. He highlighted the great exiting trade potential yet to be explored. He informed as desired by the Ministries of Commerce of India and Pakistan, the KCCI delegation was on visit to India to sign the agreement of cooperation with the Bombay Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

Shri Jyotiraditya M Scindia, Minister of State for Commerce and Industry, Government of India appreciated the visit of KCCI delegation to India.

He was of the view the business and industrial communities of both countries could play their important role to develop the bilateral trade and relationship and every possible effort should be done to promote two way trade ties. Shrimati Rita Menon, IAS Secretary, Ministry of Textiles, Government of India asserted upon the need of frequent visit of business delegations from Pakistan and participation of exhibition. She called on the KCCI delegation to visit Ministry of Textile to exchange the information and views on textile trade of Pakistan.

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