KARACHI: The Trade Development Authority of Pakistan (TDAP) in collaboration with the Federation of Pakistan Chamber of Commerce and Industry (FPCCI) has a meeting at the Federation House on Thursday.
FPCCI Senior Vice President Dr Mirza Ikhtiar Baig represented the FPCCI while TDAP CEO Arif Khan was representing the other side.
FPCCI has been actively making efforts to boost the scale of exports of Pakistan-made goods to European Markets under the REX system. While talking to a media outlet, Dr Baig informed that Pakistan’s exports would be greater than $25 billion per anum but certain hurdles have obstructed growth. He told that the exports saw a sharp decline to $21 billion compared to the previous $26 billion. “We are intending to incorporate the exporters, impart necessary guidelines and teach and prepare them to follow the EU’s guidelines so that they could benefit from the REX System and thus the country would find new dimensions of prosperity,” he said.
TDAP CEO Arif Khan informed that rigorous efforts are being made to actualise TDAP’s aim to boosting exports.
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