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Trade ties with US to take time to improve: Pak official

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Feb '19
Trade ties with US to take time to improve: Pak official
Pakistan’s trade relations with the United States would take some time to improve and a free trade agreement (FTA) could be signed between the two sides sometime later, advisor to the prime minister for commerce, textile and industry Abdul Razak Dawood said recently. Trade with India could be improved after elections are over there, he hoped.

He said this after inaugurating the 5th Pakistan Mega Leather Show in Lahore.

Exports to Afghanistan would also rise as bilateral relations with the neighbour have improved, Pakistani media reports quoted Dawood as saying.

Advisor to the Prime Minister for Commerce, Textile and Industry Abdul Razak Dawood Monday said exports of the country were being increased due to economic policies of the incumbent government.

Prime Minister Imran Khan had introduced a liberal visa policy for foreigners, which would attract investment, he added. (DS)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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