Pakistan to exports jute products

Advisor to the Prime Minister on Trade Abdul Razzaq Dawood has said that the Pakistan has started export of jute products to several countries including Middle East, government is giving many incentives to Pakistani exporters. Regulatory duties, customs duties and tariffs have been reduced on a number of products for Pakistan. Now Pakistan has started exporting microwave wool and refrigerators from Africa to African countries. Exports have declined by only six per cent, while in other countries it is in double digits. He expressed these views while addressing the Virtual International Trade Forum organized by RCCI. Business leaders Sohail Altaf, Saboor Malik, Chairman Regional Committee Khurshid Barlas, Nawshair Wan Khalil Khan, executive members and more than 500 members also participated on the occasion through video link.

Abdul Razzaq Dawood said that the RCCI deserves congratulations on holding the trade forum, the rest of the chambers should follow suit, the Africa Trade Forum Part Two will be held in Kenya in February next year. TDP’s Riaz Ahmed Sheikh gave a detailed presentation on trade with African countries, new sectors and challenges. Additional Secretary Foreign Ministry Ali Javed said that Pakistan’s ranking has improved in the ease of doing business rankings. He emphasized on improving the image of Pakistan, industry-academy connectivity, promotion of new sectors and products. The five fastest growing economies in the world include five African countries.

Abdul Razzaq Dawood said that the RCCI deserves congratulations on holding the trade forum, the rest of the chambers should follow suit, the Africa Trade Forum Part Two will be held in Kenya in February next year. TDP’s Riaz Ahmed Sheikh gave a detailed presentation on trade with African countries, new sectors and challenges. Additional Secretary Foreign Ministry Ali Javed said that Pakistan’s ranking has improved in the ease of doing business rankings. He emphasized on improving the image of Pakistan, industry-academy connectivity, promotion of new sectors and products. The five fastest growing economies in the world include five African countries.

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