On Wednesday talks were held between Pakistan and Argentine in the federal capital for discussing the many ways to boost trade relations and to expand the cooperation between the two countries in different fields.
Pakistani delegation was led by Younus Dagha—the secretary commerce while the Argentinean delegation was headed by its ambassador to Pakistan—Rodolfo Jose Martin Saravia in the meeting.
While talking to the journalists, the secretary commerce told that Pakistan and Argentine have got $200 million of yearly bilateral trade which could be strengthened up to $8 million.
Both the delegations mutually agreed for holding talks next year for finalising the free trade deals, the secretary commerce added that the agreements would assist in reducing the trade deficit.
The exports of Pakistan in medicine, information communication and textile would also be increased after the agreements with Argentine, as informed by the secretary commerce.
In the meantime, the Argentinean envoy offered Pakistan to take complete benefit of their expertise and professional knowledge in the fields of livestock, food and meat processing technology. He also said that they wanted to spread the cooperation with Pakistan in the fields of mining and chemicals.