A 2-day Pak-Qatar business conference is to be scheduled on the 28th of January by the Rawalpindi Chamber of Commerce and Industry (RCCI) at Doha—the capital city of Qatar.
While talking to the APP, the President of RCCI—Malik Shahid Saleem said that RCCI is the oldest chamber of commerce in the nation it has geared up its efforts for arranging the visits of delegation of the Pakistani businessmen to the various parts of the world for finding opportunities to enhance trade and investments.
He said that the delegation linked to Chemicals, Electronics, Pharmaceuticals, Textile, and Construction Industry would be taking part in the 2-day conference and that the conference is targeted for further boosting the association between the two businessmen communities of Pakistan and Qatar.
Pakistan has not only knocked on the enormous potential of exports however at the same time it is expanding a market with a population of nearly 200 million, it has provided excellent opportunities for bilateral trade, as informed by the President of RCCI.
He also added that the second Pakistan-Qatar Business and Investment Conference is being organized by RCCI and would be focusing on the technical aspects for trade and investment between the two nations.