Pakistan and the United States (US) on Thursday discussed strengthening economic and trade relations, fostering mutual cooperation to the bilateral ties, APP reported.

US Ambassador Donald Blome called on the Federal Minister for Commerce, Industries and Production, Dr Gohar Ejaz in the Ministry of Commerce, said a press release.

One of the key highlights of the meeting was the exploration of potential opportunities for boosting trade in various sectors, including textile, value added food products, fresh mangoes and dates, soybean, and beef.

US sharpens the focus on Pakistan

Minister Ejaz informed that the government has formed a Special Investment Facilitation Council (SIFC) aimed at attracting investments in various sectors, such as mines and minerals, agriculture, information technology, and energy.

He stressed that more US companies could explore the options to invest in these sectors.

The minister also elaborated on the government’s efforts for an economic revival plan with the ambassador, underscoring the importance of economic growth of Pakistan’s future and appreciated the US government for their continued support.

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Irfan Haqqee Sep 07, 2023 09:36pm
Why is US ambassador going around meeting the election commissioner of Pakistan and the Chief of Police of Punjab province? What business does he have in our electoral process or the security of province of Punjab? Can anyone explain. Thanks.
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Love Your Country Sep 08, 2023 12:40am
How many meetings of this type will this dude have? I have said it before and I'll say it again: the US is trying to recover the lost ground against China and we better not fall into their trap.
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Love Your Country Sep 08, 2023 12:41am
An unwanted guest....
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