Tunisia, Nepal stress enhanced trade co-op

Gujranwala-Tunisia Ambassador Adil-al-Arabi said that there are a lot of opportunities for Pakistani business community to investment in various sectors of Tunisia.
He said businessmen of both the countries should increase their exports and imports through mutual cooperation, and Tunisia Embassy in Pakistan would provide all the facilities for the business community in this regard. He expressed this while addressing the members of Gujranwala Chamber of Commerce after his visit to Gujranwala exhibition held in Business Center Gujranwala.
GCCI President Mian Amir Aziz, senior vice president Noshad Ahmed, vice president Irfan Yaqub Butt, chairman GBC Khawaja Zrar Kaleem, Noman Salah ud Din and others were also present.
Later, Nepal Ambassador Siva Tamaal Adhikari also visited the Gujranwal a Expo, and said that there are a lot of chances for Pakistani businessmen to invest in Hydraulic power in Nepal. He said that Pakistani rice is also a major demand in Nepal.
The exchange of information between the trade delegations could be helpful to businessmen of both the countries. He said that the Confederation of Nepali Chamber of Commerce in Nepal has signed an MoU with Islamabad, Karachi and Sialkot. “I hope that the Gujranwala Chamber will also joined the Nepali Confederation Chamber by signing the MOU.

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