LCCI vows to enhance Pakistan’s share of Malaysian imports

Earlier this week, Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) President Malik Tahir Javaid expressed a resolve to make all out efforts to enhance Pakistan’s share in Malaysian imports of 163.4 billion. Malik was speaking at a dinner hosted by the Pakistani High Commissioner in Malaysia, Nafees Zakaria, in honour of the LCCI delegation arriving in Malaysia after a very successful visit to Indonesia.

Pakistan and Malaysia have had close and cordial relations since long and this relationship is still growing, but this should be reflected more in mutual trade and economic ties, saud Mailk. quoted Malik as saying the Pakistan business community was trying its best to make good use of the FTA but it lacked support from by the Ministry of Commerce and especially the commercial section of Pakistan’s High Commission in Malaysia. “We want to acquire a justifiable share in the trade with Malaysia. There is a huge potential of exporting Pakistani rice, fresh fruits like citrus and mango to Malaysia.”

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