Saudi commercial Attaché sees off Pak business delegation to Jeddah
ISLAMABAD, (DNA) – The Commercial Attaché of the Embassy of Saudi Arabia in Pakistan bid farewell to the delegation of Pakistani businessmen participating in the meetings of the Saudi-Pakistani trade mission held in Jeddah under the auspices of the Saudi Export Development Authority.
He was seen off at the Islamabad International Airport by the Saudi Trade Attaché in Pakistan, Mr. Mohammad Ahmad Asiri and members of the office
A total of 65 Saudi companies and 35 Pakistani companies are interested in importing Saudi products in the food and building materials sectors.
The two-day trade mission in Jeddah is scheduled to last for two days, 13 and 14 January 2019, to discuss opportunities to enhance the quality of Saudi products in order to achieve greater openness to international markets and to allow local exporters to undertake many deals to develop their exports and open new markets for their products. Of Saudi products to the Pakistani market.
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