OUR STAFF REPORTER RAWALPINDI - Export Promotion Bureau of Bangladesh Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Jalal Ahmed has inaugurated 5-day Made in Pakistan Exhibition Dhaka in Bangladesh jointly organised by the Rawalpindi Chamber of Commerce and Industry and Trade Development Authority of Pakistan at a local hotel in Bangladesh the other day. A simple ceremony was arranged in this regard to formally inaugurate the said Expo. Rawalpindi Chamber of Commerce and Industry President Syed Ali Raza Saeed, President SAARC Chamber of Commerce and Industry Anessul Haq, President Dhaka Women Chamber of Commerce and Industry Farhana Naaz, Acting President Federation of Bangladesh Chamber of Commerce and Industry Tabishur Rahman, Pakistan ambassador to Bangladesh Afzaal Mehmood and Vice President Dr Shimail Daud were also present on the occasion. Before the inauguration ceremony President RCCI Ali Raza Shah while addressing a press conference has said that Made in Pakistan Expo is a landmark of RCCI and it is the first exhibition of its kind organised by any Chamber of the country. He said that basic purpose of the expo is to endorse the trade relations among the SAARC countries and to enhance trading activities among the said States. He further said that Pakistan and Bangladesh are enjoying the excellent political relations but the trade relations are not up to the mark. Total exports of Pakistan to Bangladesh are $483 million which is very low ratio because Pakistan can fulfil the 80 per cent requirements of Bangladesh, he said. Ali Raza said that it was need of the hour to promote the trade relations among the SAARC countries to make the region economically developed. He said that the same kind of Expos would be started in all the countries of the region. To a question he said that Bangladesh was a growing country and Pakistani products were very much liked in the country on these bases RCCI decided to start her Expo form Bangladesh.