LAHORE - Pakistani entrepreneurs have been invited to start joint ventures with their Portuguese counterparts in the sectors of textile, food, rice, information technology, sports goods and agriculture that would be equally beneficial for the both countries.
The invitation was extended by the Charge De Affairs of Portugal Joao Paulo Sabido while talking to the LCCI Senior Vice President Almas Hyder and Vice President Nasir Saeed here at the Lahore Chamber of Commerce & Industry on Friday. President Pakistan Portugal Business Council Mr. Awais and LCCI Executive Committee Members were also present on the occasion.
Joao Paulo Sabido said that there is a huge scope for the expansion of two-way trade between Portugal and Pakistan as both countries.  He said that Pakistani entrepreneurs should focus on Portugal to exploit the untapped market potential for all the traditional and non-traditional products.
He highly appreciated the comparative prices, quality and standards of Pakistan-made products especially textile, rice and sports goods. While stressing the need for exchange of trade delegation and chamber-to-chamber contacts, he said that Pakistani trade delegations would have extremely favorable response towards Pakistani products as both countries have longstanding cordial relations.