ISLAMABAD - The Commerce Ministry would brief the National Assembly’s Standing Committee on Commerce regarding the current status of Pakistan-India trade on Tuesday.
According to the notification issued by the National Assembly, the 60th meeting of the Standing Committee on Commerce will be held on September 11 to discuss the current status of trade with the neighbouring country. The officials of the Commerce Ministry would brief the National Assembly’s body regarding the latest development to be made in granting Most Favoured Status to India. Engineer Khurram Dastgir Khan would chair the meeting.
According to the agenda of the meeting, the committee would also discuss the current status of Pakistan’s negotiations for trade concessions worldwide. The committee would also take the transparency in process of appointment/selection of new commercial counsellors in other countries.