Pakistan to sign FTAs with various countries soon: Report
ISLAMABAD, (DNA) – Adviser to Prime Minister on Commerce, Textile, Industry and Investment Adul Razzak Dawood Tuesday expressed confidence that Pakistan would sign free trade agreements with various countries soon as it was taking concerted measures to put the country on consistent path of development and prosperity.
Terming the smuggling ‘harmful’ for the national economy, the adviser said the PTI government was working on a strategy to prevent smuggling under the vision of Prime Minister Imran Khan. He said the government was providing cheap gas to the industrial sector for revival of sick units and make the Pakistani products competitive in international markets.
He said a Saudi delegation had recently visited Pakistan and agreed to invest in the energy sector and establish an oil city at Gwadar, which would bring down prices of petroleum products.
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