Pakistan Seeks Ways to Bring Investments from Hungary

Pakistan is looking for ways to further improve investments from Hungary. Dr. Muhammad Aejaz expressed his thoughts during a webinar.

Bilateral Trade - Pakistan to Hungary

Pakistan is looking for ways to further improve investments from Hungary. Dr. Muhammad Aejaz – Pakistani Ambassador in Hungary – expressed his thoughts during a webinar.

With a view to further enhance the trade, the Pakistani Embassy in Budapest is on the look for new opportunities and ways to improve investments from Hungary.

The Embassy is also working to identify opportunities for promoting the country’s exports and highlighted the most potential sectors for joint ventures between suitable companies for technology transfers. These views were expressed by the Pakistani Ambassador while addressing a webinar organized by the All Pakistan Business Forum.

Dr. Muhammad Aejaz said Pakistan was one of the important trade partners of Hungary and both countries have the capacity to strengthen mutual trade. He said efforts were required to transform cordial and brotherly relations into two-way trade for enhancing economic prosperity in both countries.

The Embassy in Hungary is focused on a wide range of programs to collaborate with the Hungarian business community including trade, education, public diplomacy, culture, gender equity, and development to seek good partners.

The Ambassador said that agriculture remains the foundation for the Hungarian economy as well. The country has, however, adopted a scientific approach and different modern technologies in making its agricultural practices efficient with a much higher per acre yield. Pakistan can greatly benefit from Hungary’s experience in this regard.

Hungarian development-experience model was very relevant for us as it has successfully overcome all the roadblocks, many of which were still serious issues in Pakistan.

Dr. Muhammad Aejaz – As per the report

APBF president, Syed Maaz Mahmood, also added his remarked and said that the Forum through the Hungarian and Pakistani Embassies would arrange B2B meetings, conducting business delegation visits for sector specific match-making and interaction between development initiatives and the stakeholders.

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