Huge scope of trade ties exists between Pakistan, Canada: Mandviwalla
ISLAMABAD, (DNA) – Deputy Chairman Senate Saleem Mandviwalla says there is huge scope for enhancing trade and investment between Pakistan and Canada.
In a meeting with Canadian Ambassador Perry John Calderwood in Islamabad, he said business companies of both countries can explore more opportunities for mutual benefit of the two people.
He said Pakistan highly values its bilateral relation with Canada and desires to further expand these friendly ties.
Canadian Ambassador said security situation in Pakistan is improving and more parliamentary cooperation would pave the way for enhanced linkages between the two countries.
He said exchange of information and expertise with regard to climate change would help in building local capacity to deal with the challenges posed by climate change.
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