Experts for boosting trade with Malaysia,Chine,Sri Lanka

The financial experts on international trade have stressed the need to boost the country’s bilateral trade volume with Malaysia, Sir Lanka, China and Iran for keeping the trade growth higher and to attain economic prosperity.Addressing the concluding session of a three days seminar here at a local hotel on Wednesday,the experts said that there was a wider scope of trade opportunities to be availed from each other’s markets and that would usher in a new era of economic ties between the respective countries.
They said that such seminars for guiding the exporters and multinational companies on Pakistan’s free trade agreements with malaysia, Sir Lanka and China should be organized to benefit the country’s economy.
Director General Pakistan Institute of Trade and Development (PITAD) Islamabad Asif Ghafoor highlighted the trends of trade between Pakistan and Malaysia and Marketing opportunities for Pakistan in malaysia.
Tahir Abbas of FBR, Islamabad discussed the rules of origin in Pak-Malaysia FTA while Mujib Khan, Consultant WTO cell of TDAP talked about Pakistan’s taking advantages from Pak-Malaysia FTA and Nauman Aslam, Director, TDAP, Lahore highlighted the GSP specific benefits for Pakistan.
The certificates also were distributed among the participants of the seminar.