The Ambassador of European Union (EU) Lars Gunnar Wigemark has stated that EU was the financial tremendous energy on the earth and wished to boost commerce relations with Pakistan because it additionally appreciated Pakistan stance of giving choice to commerce quite than support.
He stated that EU was severe to strengthen commerce relations with Pakistan and lately awarded GSP Plus standing was proof of this. Rawalpindi Chamber should lengthen its single nation expos to the opposite European nations and he would assist RCCI on this regard. Lars Gunnar was exchanging these views with the President Rawalpindi Chamber of Commerce and Business (RCCI) Dr Shimail Daud Arain throughout his go to to the Chamber on Wednesday. Senior Vice President Malik Shahid Saleem, Vice President Muhammad Alam Chughtai, members’ govt committee and others had been additionally current on the event. Ambassador stated that Pakistani textile merchandise, kinoo, mango and leather-based merchandise had been very a lot appreciated in EU commerce markets and Pakistan ought to get benefit of GSP Plus standing to introduce these merchandise in EU on huge scale. He stated that RCCI and EU Embassy in Pakistan work collectively to get rid of all hurdles in means of commerce enhancement.
Talking on the event President RCCI stated that Rawalpindi Chamber wished to boost commerce relations not solely with regional nations however with all of the nations of the world. He stated that after GSP plus Pak-EU relation would get new momentum and it will profit for each ends. He stated that Pakistan commerce quantity with EU was round 805 billion Euros and there was huge area to additional improve the commerce relations. President RCCI stated that Rawalpindi Chamber was mulling to construct data metropolis in Rawalpindi to struggle with illiteracy and needs to construct a global stage analysis institute within the metropolis to advertise schooling and EU should present technical help to construct such institute. EU ambassador ensured him his full cooperation on this regard.