TEHRAN (FNA) – Iran will hold an exhibition of its products in Pakistan in May with an aim to provide opportunity to its businessmen to introduce their products in the Pakistani market, an Iranian diplomat said on Friday.
In a meeting with President of Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ICCI) Muhammad Ijaz Abbasi, the First Secretary of Iranian Embassy in Islamabad, Mohsen Pak Parvar said automobile sector in Iran is growing rapidly and Pakistan could collaborate with Iran in this sector for technical know-how and producing quality cars at low cost.
Pak Parvar said that Iran could join hands with Pakistan in the sectors of food processing, power plants, spare parts and road construction equipment.
The ICCI president said the present volume of trade between the two countries was very low as compared to their existing potential. He said trade could be enhanced through regular exchange of business delegations and by holding trade exhibitions.
He informed that there was a great scope of trade in sectors of rice, garments, sports and marble between the countries. He invited Iranian business delegations to visit Pakistan for developing business linkages with the business community in Islamabad.
He said that Iranian businessmen could find tremendous opportunities to invest in different sectors in Pakistan.
The meeting was attended by former ICCI President Munawar Moughal, Vice President Abdul Ghaffar Chaudhry, former Vice President Mehmood Ahmed Warriach and Executive Members Shakeel Warriach and Muhammad Ilyas.