ISLAMABAD: US and Pakistan discuss enhancing their bilateral commercial and economic relations.
On Thursday, the United States (US) and Pakistan talked about boosting mutual collaboration and enhancing their bilateral relationships.
According to a press statement issued here, US Ambassador Donald Blome met with Dr. Gohar Ejaz, Federal Minister for Commerce, Industries, and Production, at the Ministry of Commerce. Exploring possible chances to increase trade in a variety of industries, such as textiles, value-added food items, fresh mangoes and dates, soybeans, and beef, was one of the meeting’s major highlights.
One of the key highlights of the meeting was the exploration of potential opportunities for boosting trade in various sectors, including Textile, value added Food products, Fresh Mangoes and Dates, Soybean and Beef. Minister Dr Gohar Ejaz informed that the Government of Pakistan has formed a Special Investment Facilitation Council aimed at attracting investments in various sectors such as Mines and Minerals, Agriculture, Information Technology, and Energy and he invited that more US companies could explore the options to invest in these sectors.
The Minister elaborated on the government’s efforts for an economic revival plan with the Ambassador underscoring the importance of economic growth of Pakistan’s future and appreciated the US government for their continued support.