Niger mulls to set up SEZ for Pakistan, FPCCI told

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Islamabad

The Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FPCCI) hopes that Pakistani investors and exporters would get huge opportunities for economic activity in Niger and to connect with all African regional economies.

“Pakistani investors can work in infrastructure, agriculture, including textiles, pharmaceuticals, medical devices and other industries” Chairman FPCCI, Capital Office Islamabad, Qurban Ali said this while talking to a business delegation of Republic of Niger, which led by Minister for Commerce and Industry Gabo Sabo Moctar, visited the capital office of the FPCCI, said a press statement issued on Sunday.

The other members of Niger delegation included Minister for Investment Zakaria Wergo, Secretary Industry Abdoulaye Boubacar, and prominent businessman Saleem Gado Sabo.—TLTP

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