SIALKOT: The Ambassador of Iran in Pakistan Mehdi Honardoost has said that Several Iranian companies are showing keen interest in establishing joint ventures with Pakistani businessmen.
Addressing a meeting of exporters at the Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SCCI) here, he said that more efforts are being made to promote direct bilateral trade between Pakistan and Iran.
The ambassador further assured the business community that Iranian trade markets along the border areas of Pakistan would soon be activated.
“All hurdles and trade barriers would be removed and focus would be on promoting bilateral trade ties between Pakistan and Iran,” he asserted.
The envoy added that Pak-Iran Gas Pipeline project would lead to an economic revolution in the region.
(TEXT AND VIDEO) 2-day Pakistan Property Show commences in Dubai on 20th October
EXCLUSIVE REPORT BY SANIA JAMALI IN DUBAI
DUBAI: World Trade Center’s Za’abeel Hall 5 here is the venue where 2-day Pakistan Property Show commenced today.
The event (that has been organized by Zameen.com, in association with EarthLink, Abad and others,) is meant to make Pakistan’s real estate visible globally attracting premium investment.
Overseas Pakistanis from UAE, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Kuwait, Qatar and Bahrain are taking keen interest in the expo.
Talking to Newspakistan.tv the organizers held that Pakistan Property Show 2017 would help strengthen the national exchequer by attracting medium to long-term direct investment.