Agreement reached to boost Pakistani exports to Canada



The Consulate General of Pakistan in Vancouver and the US-Pakistan International Chamber of Commerce (USPICC) have agreed to join hands to boost Pakistani exports to Canada.

It has also been decided to bring trade organizations of the two countries closer, support networking, arrange business to business meetings, hold exhibitions and festivals and improve communications between the business community of the two countries.

The agreement was reached in a meeting between Consul General of Pakistan Vancouver Janbaz Khan and Malik Sohail Hussain, Secretary-General, USPICC.

Ms. Bushra Rehman, the first President of Pakistan Western Canada Trade Association working under the patronage of the Consul General of Pakistan in Vancouver was also present at the meeting. On the occasion, Janbaz Khan said that Pakistan enjoys strong bilateral and political relations with Canada. Pakistan exports to Canada, including leather goods, apparel and textiles, increased by 24 percent in 2021 and we are trying our best to increase exports.

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