ISLAMABAD - Mahfooz Elahi, President of Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ICCI), said that Australian companies should enhance their trade with Pakistan by promoting investment in the country. He was talking to a delegation of Australian investors-led by Adam Sadiqzai that visited ICCI on Wednesday. He further said that there were lot of opportunities in different sectors including power sector, natural resources and many others, for Australian investors in Pakistan. He said there was dire need for increasing the interaction between the business community of both the countries through exchange of trade and business delegations, holding single country exhibition and conferences. These all initiatives would help them in bridging the gap between both the countries for promoting their economy, he added. Adam Sadiqzai stressed the need for frequent exchange of business delegations, so that both the countries could have first knowledge of available potentials. He said that Pakistani goods were best by quality and had a very huge potential in the Australian market. He said the Pakistani business community would have to make their efforts to improve the outlook of the country because a number of investors were reluctant to invest in Pakistan. Glenys Crawford said that when she was in Australia, she had a bad perception about Pakistan, but after visiting Pakistan, she was astonished to see that all situations were quite different and Pakistan was a favourable destination for investment. She said that Pakistani exporters could export readymade garments and fancy clothes to Australia.