Malaysian, KSA trade delegations to visit Faisalabad


Faisalabad Chamber of Commerce & Industry (FCCI) President Atif Munir Sheikh has said that

Malaysian and Saudi Arabian trade delegations are scheduled to visit Faisalabad on June 21 and 24, respectively.

He was chairing a meeting of the office-bearers of the leading industrial, commercial and business associations to make the visits of these delegations fruitful, productive and result oriented.

Addressing the meeting, he said that Pakistan Economic Conference played a major role in projecting Faisalabad at the global level as an important hub of industry, commerce and trade in South Asia and now it has been recognised as a potential city as foreign delegations are pouring in to develop direct business relations with our members.

The Saudi delegation comprising 35 leading business tycoons representing real estate, construction, education, food, agriculture, logistics, renewable energies, etc. would visit leading local industrial and commercial entities. He said that the delegation would visit the FCCI to interact with their counterparts. “In an official function, they would be briefed about the untapped industrial and commercial potential of this city,” he said and added that B2B meetings would be followed by it.

The FCCI president said that a facility of interpreters would also be provided enabling them to share their business plans with the visiting dignitaries.

Atif Munir Sheikh urged the local businessmen belonging to the specific sector to fully prepare themselves to make this event really meaningful.—APP


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