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Pak urges Japan for concessionary access for key products

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Pak urges Japan for concessionary access for key products
Advisor to the Pakistani prime minister on commerce, textile, industries, production and investment Abdur Razak Dawood requested Japanese ambassador to Pakistan Kuninori Matsuda for an early harvest program for concessionary market access for key products of Pakistan’s interest when the latter met him recently to discuss trade and investment opportunities.

The meeting was attended by the Pakistani commerce secretary Ahmed Nawaz Sukhera and other officials of the commerce division.

Dawood also discussed areas of Japanese cooperation and technical assistance for upgrading textile industry machinery and improving labour productivity, especially in the garments sector, according to Pakistani media reports.

The government of Japan is already providing technical assistance for skill improvement in the garment sector in collaboration with the ministry of textiles.

Dawood and his team will visit Japan in July to improve Pakistan’s market access there. (DS)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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