Pakistan and Turkey finalised two memorandums of understandings (MoUs) on Thursday.
The Joint Working Group on Commerce and Funding of Pakistan and Turkey was held on February 13, 2020 underneath the sixth HLSCC held in Islamabad.
Each the perimeters reviewed the prevailing bilateral commerce and agreed to extend the extent of financial engagement to mobilize the untapped potential for growing commerce and funding.
Two MoUs have been finalized by the Joint Working Group, one on Commerce Facilitation and Customs Cooperation, and the opposite to bolster cooperation within the discipline of Halal Accreditation.
In line with an announcement issued after the assembly, each side reviewed the prevailing bilateral commerce and agreed to extend the extent of financial engagement.
Either side additionally agreed to encourage their businessmen to ascertain joint ventures in industrial sectors and cooperate within the discipline of e-commerce.
The Ministry of Commerce and Commerce Improvement Authority of Pakistan (TDAP) organised Pakistan-Turkey Enterprise-to-Enterprise (B2B) networking Session on 13th February, 2020 at Islamabad.
The occasion was formally inaugurated by Sardar Ahmad Nawaz Sukhera, Secretary, Ministry of Commerce. The Secretary welcomed the delegates and emphasised that the nice and cozy bilateral relations should be translated into financial beneficial properties for each nations.
Later, Prime Minister’s Advisor for Commerce, Mr. Abdul Razak Dawood, additionally visited the venue and met every Turkish delegate.
He assured them of Ministry of Commerce’s full assist for working in Pakistan and with Pakistani firms. The B2B conferences have been held within the Engineering, Power, Tourism, Development, Defence, Automotive, Chemical compounds, and IT sectors.
Round 450 fruitful B2B Conferences have been performed between the visiting Turkish Firms and their Pakistani enterprise counterparts.