October 22, 2011 admin

PHD-PITEX, 2011 to Focus on Bilateral Trade Relations

Amritsar – Welcoming Pakistan’s move to double the list of imported items from India, Sharma said this shall for sure enhance the bilateral trade and go a long way in establishing cordial socio-economic relations between the two countries.  The recent visit of Pakistan foreign minister shows that Pakistan is also keen to have symbiotic trade relations with its eastern neighbour India.
However, Sharma indicated, “Pakistan offering ‘Most Favoured Nation’ status to India has tremendous potential to double the total trade between two neighbours”.
Sharma said that Pakistan has both desire and the potential to become one of the key trading partners to India particularly when climatic and geographical conditions are quite similar on both sides of the border.
Informing that PHD Chamber is organizing the 6th edition of the 5-day State Event, PHD-Punjab International Trade Expo, PHD-PITEX, 2011 at Amritsar, from 1st to 5th December, 2011, Dalip Sharma said that PHD Chamber’s annual International trade fair PITEX is witness to enthusiastic participation from many neighbouring countries.
PHD Chamber underlines the urgent need to increase bi-lateral dialogue at policy level with more steps ahead of just ‘confidence building measures’ by both the courtiers. In this zest, PHD Chamber has invited the Pakistan Commerce Minister, Makhdoom Muhammad Amin Fahim for an interactive session on “Bilateral Trade Relations with Pakistan” during the State Event PITEX, 2011.
PHD Chamber, to have meaningful interactions with the international trade partners and the neighbouring nations, has also invited ambassadors and trade counselors of the SAARC and Central Asian countries to partake in PITEX, 2011.
PHD Chamber is expecting a largest ever business delegation from Pakistan to visit the 5-day event, PITEX, 2011.
South Africa, Taiwan, Iran, Dubai, Ethiopia, Lebanon, Thailand, Egypt, Nepal, Gambia, have already confirmed to participate in PITEX, 2011.

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