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CE TDAP to discuss issue of anti-dumping duty with Turkey
03
Feb '11
CE TDAP will meet Turkish Minister of Commerce, Zafar Caylan and Minister for Finance, Ali Babacan and apprise them about the stand taken by the Pakistani government to resolve the issue of anti-dumping duty imposed by Turkey on the import of textile fabrics from Pakistan.

According to a statement released by the TDAP, Tariq Iqbal Puri, CE, TDAP has gone to Turkey to hold meetings with the Turkish Ministers as per the directives of the Pakistani government regarding the issue of anti-dumping duty.

CE TDAP held talks with the top importers of fabric, denim fabric as well as readymade garment producers from Turkey in order to assess the issue and gather the support of local importers and producers.

The meeting was highly productive. During the meeting, Puri had explained the reason of his visit and then had asked the views of the Turkish businessmen. According to the business community there, the anti-dumping duty is entirely unfair and it had urged Puri to communicate its opinion to the Turkish Ministers.

CE TDAP will shortly meet the Ministers in Ankara and communicate the views of Pakistani government as well as business communities of both the countries.

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India

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