Pakistan, EU to strengthen trade, economic ties

Islamabad – Pakistan and the European Union have agreed to strengthen their trade and economic ties. The agreement came at a meeting between National Assembly Speaker Asad Qaisar and a delegation of the European Union in Islamabad today (Tuesday).

Speaking on the occasion, the Speaker said Pakistan has greatly overcome terrorism. He said foreign investors are investing in Pakistan. Asad Qaisar said elimination of corruption and promotion of education are priorities of the government.

He invited the European Union to join China-Pakistan Economic Corridor.  The members of the EU delegation said Pakistan and the European Union have common stance on various global issues.

"Monitoring Desk"

RELATED POSTS

2
Six Pakistani entrepreneurs graduate from UNCTAD, Alibaba’s fellowship
China donates Rs6m more to families of martyred cops
Pakistan coming on track by enhanced export, trade volume with neighboring countries
China says it hopes US can show sincerity on trade
Pak-China air forces to conduct joint exercise
Pak, Kazakhstan strong bilateral trade ties improving day-by-day: Haroon Sharif
Sindh CM’s adviser lashes out at ex-CEO of Thar mining firm
Govt asked to rehabilitate infrastructure in Bara
PDWP approved 37 projects of energy & power sector cost Rs138473 MILLION
Power plants set up by Turkish companies: President Alvi faced embarrassment?
Pakistan, China yet to finalise Gwadar projects
China working with Pakistan to invite third-party companies to join CPEC
New major highway planned in Balochistan under CPEC
CPEC projects security reviewed, vigilance demanded
China needs to play important role to promote CPEC construction in new era

FOLLOW US


About Corridor.pk

Corridor.pk is Pakistan’s leading regional connectivity media & communication/outreach platform, dedicated to profiling and promoting the business activities, news and views on the regionally connected business corridor across OBOR. 

     

Addional Information

 Ethics Policy     Advertise
 Terms & Conditions
 Contact Us