FAISALABAD: Commerce delegations from Malaysia and Saudi Arabia would go to Pakistan on June 21 and June 24, and meet Faisalabad Chamber of Commerce & Business (FCCI) to debate industrial and industrial potential within the metropolis, an announcement stated on Saturday.
FCCI president Atif Munir Sheikh chaired a gathering of commercial, industrial, and enterprise associations to make visits of the delegations productive and result-oriented.
It was knowledgeable that Saudi delegation comprising 35 main enterprise tycoons representing actual property, building, training, meals, agriculture, logistics, renewable energies, and many others. would go to native industrial and industrial entities.
Sheikh stated a facility of interpreters can be supplied enabling native businessmen share their enterprise plans with the visiting dignitaries.
Munir revealed commerce and funding officers (TIOs) posted in numerous international locations had additionally visited Faisalabad, and have been anticipated to hitch their new obligations in respective international locations. He hoped to introduce an import substitution trade in collaboration with Saudi traders.
Azahr Chaudhry, government member of FCCI, talked about significance of companies sector, saying people hailing from the sector had additionally been invited. There was dire want of expert engineers, chartered accountants, attorneys, meals technologists, and educationalists in Saudi Arabia, acknowledged.
Former FCCI president Chaudhry Muhammad Nawaz stated Pakistan has potential to provide and export natural fruit and veggies to Saudi Arabia and different Gulf international locations.