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Indian fair to open new vistas for Pakistani businessmen: Bashir

The participation in the International Trade Fair 2012 will open new vistas of opportunities for Pakistan’s business community in India, said Pakistan High Commissioner in India Salman Bashir.
Inaugurating Pakistani Pavilion at 32nd Indian Internal Trade
Fair (IITF) 2012 in New Delhi, Salman Bashir said that there was gradual and significant improvement in the economic and trade relations between Pakistan and India although latter’s view and stance on certain political issues were quite clear.
According to a message received here from New Delhi, the High
Commissioner said that more than 176 Pakistani stalls had been established in the fair and appreciated the FPCCI efforts for its cooperation in this respect.
He said that the fair had provided an opportunity to the Pakistani entrepreneurs to explore joint venture opportunities with their Indian counterparts.
He said that Pakistan wanted to keep cordial and peaceful relations with all the countries, particularly its neighbours.
Sheikh Shakeel Ahmed Dhingra, Vice President FPCCI, appreciated the Indian government for extending full support and cooperation to the Pakistani delegates.
Haji Fazal Kadir Khan Sherani, President of FPCCI said Pakistani’s cottage industry was small, but its home textile products were in big demand throughout the world, including India.
He expressed his gratitude and thanked to the Indian Trade Promotion Department issuing visas expeditiously to the Pakistani participants and delegates. He called for establishing bank branches in both the countries and simplifying/liberalizing visa issuance policy to facilitate exchange of business delegations and promotion of trade and industry.
Sheikh Shakeel Ahmed Dhingra; Iqbal Dawood Pakwala; Azhar Majeed Sheikh, Begum Salma Ahmed Vice Presidents FPCCI; Nasiruddin Sheikh, Chairman FPCCI Standing Committee on Exhibition; Naeem Ahmed, Pakistan’s Trade Commissioner in India were also present on the Occasion. The fair will continue till November 27.

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  1. Aysha said:

    As a NRI i dreaming to see the day that India and Pakistan would start working together on theyr economical problems instead of fighting against each other giving the western world the benefits to control both the countries,c'mon your both to strong and wise for that pull up together man,show these westerns what you are made off,tora sa himat dekhau duniya ko

  2. Anon said:

    176 stalls is substantial. Must acknowledge Indian government's support …

  3. Sunny said:

    It was not internal trade fair it was international trade fair my dear.

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