The Joint business council of Pakistan and Vietnam should be more active to promote bilateral trade relation and it could be helpful to increase trade volume between both countries, it is said by Chairman Pak Vietnam Business Council, Ghazanfar Ali khan on the returning from Vietnam after his successful business visit. Delegation of 17 business representatives headed by Ghazanfar Ali Khan visited Hanoi during 18 to 24 April to attend 27th international expo.
He told that Pakistan delegation was warmly welcomed in host country. Meeting arranged on Ministry of Commerce and Corporate level were concluded on the resolve to the mutual agreement to expend bilateral trade. He told that 15 members delegation of Vietnami traders and industrialist will visit Pakistan on 17 November this year. He said that meetings with association representing automotive, Tea, Leather, Food, Textile, Cement and other industries were concluded positively and wide agreement emerged to promote trade relations between the two countries. Ghazanfar Ali said that opportunities of investment are vast for the business community of the both countries. He also told about his visit to Toyota, Hino and Nissan in Vietnam. He also told that chambers of commerce of both countries were agreed upon a single point agenda of trade promotion in both countries. He also told that there is great opportunity of Automotive spare parts industry in Vietnam for export and it would impact very positively on overall exports of Pakistan.
Photo Caption: Chairman Pak Vietnam Business Council, Ghazanfar Ali khan presenting Shield to Vice Executive President of Vietnam Chamber of Commerce & Industry Hoang Quang Phong. At the occasion Pakistani Commercial Secretary Sumair Mustansar Tarar, Zahid Umer, Shaikh Mohammad Naeem and Faraz-ur-Rehman.