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Pakistani textile industrialists to visit Romania in April
06
Feb '14
In a bid to improve trade relations of Pakistan with Romania, a delegation of Pakistani textile entrepreneurs would be attending the Business Forum to be held in the Romanian city of Bucharest in April, 2014, announced Ambassador of Pakistan to Romania Ayaz Muhammad Khan during a meeting with Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Romania (CCIR) president Mihail M. Vlasov in Bucharest.
 
According to a statement issued by CCIR, last month, Mr. Khan met with the CCIR president to discuss the cooperation between CCIR and the Pakistani Embassy in Romania, in order to continue and develop business relations between industrialists of both the nations.
 
At the meeting, the CCIR president stressed the importance of bilateral contacts between Pakistani and Romanian entrepreneurs for boosting economic relations between the two countries as well as identifying appropriate strategies to increase trade volume, especially by establishing a direct and permanent contact with the Economic Counselor of the Embassy of Pakistan in Romania.
 
On his part, Mr. Khan said that there are various sectors where Pakistan and Romania can cooperate and strengthen as well as develop their economies, especially in agriculture and textiles sector, and hence, a delegation of businessmen from the Pakistani textile industry would be partaking at the upcoming Business Forum in Bucharest.
 
The Business Forum in Bucharest, scheduled to be held in April, 2014, is organized by the CCIR, and several businessmen from Pakistan and Romania would get an opportunity to establish business contacts for increasing trade in various sectors, including textiles.
 
As per the information provided by the Embassy of Romania in Pakistan, in 2011, Romanian exports to Pakistan stood at US$ 46 million, whereas imports from Pakistan amounted to $22 million. Romania imported various products from Pakistan, including textile products and agricultural goods.
 

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