ISLAMABAD: The Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FPCCI) and Federation of Indian Chambers and Commerce (FICCI) have signed an agreement to enhance bilateral trade between the two countries.
The agreement was signed between both the representative bodies of traders on the sidelines of the Alishaan Pakistan Expo recently concluded in the Indian capital New Delhi.
FPCCI Vice President Munawar Mughal, while talking to Customs Today, said that Zakeria Usman, president of FPCCI and Sidharth Birla, president of FICCI inked the agreement at India.
He said that under the signed agreement both the representative bodies of traders would prepare recommendations for their respective governments to ease cross border trade.
He said that Alishaan Pakistan Expo will increase Pakistani business community interaction with Indian buyers to improve the exports to India. “The Indian spectators were amazed to see such marvelous and state of the art Pakistani products which were sold like hot cake as the Indian visitors had never experienced to see such exhibitions in the past by any country,” he maintained.