Pak HC to organize trade and investment conference

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Pakistan High Commission London in collaboration with Department of International Trade (DIT), United Kingdom (UK) would organize a high profile trade and investment conference in May this year , a senior official of the Commission said.
For the promotion of trade and investment between Pakistan and United Kingdon, the conference will focus on sectors including Financial service, retail, information technology (IT) and energy sector .While a dedicated segment on China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), keeping in view of British government’s keen interest in the corridor would also be addressed in the conference, Sajid Mehmood Raja, Commercial Counsellor of Pakistan High Commission told APP here Saturday.
Due to the efforts and personal interest of Pakistan High Commission to UK, Syed Ibne Abbas , the DIT UK has provided the prestigious and iconic Mention’s House facilty to Pakistan for organizing this event which is an honour for our country, he remarked.
He added that Minister for Commerce in Board of Investment (BOI) and representatives from the Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce & Industry (FPCCI) and Pakistan’s local chambers and business community would attend the conference and interact with the British business community and other investors. He said that Pakistan’s exports to UK witness 8 percent increase during the calendar year of 2017.
Sajid Mehmood said that Pakistan High Commission London (PHC) under the leadership of High Commissioner Syed Ibne Abbas was making efforts to further boost up Pak-UK trade and investment relations for the benefit of the people of the two friendly countries.
He said that Great Britain had strongly supported Pakistan for granting of GSP Plus facility by the European Union(EU) adding said that the UK has also announced that this duty-free access facility to Pakistan would be continued even after the post Brexit trade scenario.—APP

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