Tajikistan intends to enhance trade volume with Pakistan


LAHORE: Tajikistani investors and business community
will take full advantage of excellent package of incentives offered to
foreign investors by Prime Minister Imran Khan and this would help both the countries to take bilateral trade to $500 million per annum.

A 18-member high level Tajikistan delegation of investors and businessmen led by Chairman Union of Private Sector Development of Tajikistan Radzhabov Fayzali Kurbonalievich called on Pakistan Furniture Counci (PFC) Chief Executive Mian Kashif Ashfaq on Monday at PFC headquarter.

Speaking on the occasion leader of the delegation said Tajikistan is keen
to promote bilateral trade with Pakistan as both countries have huge
potential to enhance trade, joint ventures and investment in multiple
fields. He said they are here in Pakistan to explore new vistas in
investment sector besides giving new impetus to their ties through enhance cooperation in diversified areas, including trade, energy, furniture, garments, cotton, connectivity, health, education and culture.

He urged that Pakistani business community should become more proactive to promote business relations with Tajik counterparts as both countries have great potential for mutual cooperation.He said that Pakistan could export many products to Tajikistan including furniture, sugar, textiles, cement, sports goods, surgical instruments, pharmaceuticals and leather products and stressed that Pakistani exporters should step up efforts to exploit
these business opportunities.

Radzhabov Fayzali said that investors of China and other countries were
taking active part in Tajik market and emphasized that Pakistani investors should also focus on Tajikistan to get easy access to huge market of Central Asia.


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