LAHORE: PakTurk Businessmen Association (PTBA) secretary General Aslam Bhatti has said that a 20-member business delegation will soon visit Kampala, Uganda.
Bhatti, who is also the trip organiser, stated that the aim of this trip is to search an alternative market for Pakistani made products to introduce in African market. The trip invitation was extended by the government of the republic of Uganda. Honorary counsel General of Uganda will also go with Pakistani delegation. Pakistani delegation will visit Ugandan national Chamber, Board of investment, Ugandan manufacturer association, Ugandan import, Export Bureau and other trade bodies. B2B meetings, factories and showroom visits are also part of tour.
Pakistani delegation will also have interaction with local Pakistani Community living and doing business in Uganda. Bhatti said that Uganda is a useful business destination for Pakistanis as currency is very cheap than Pakistan, labour and land is also cheep and Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Sudan, Congo and Burundi has free trade agreements catering 300 million population for Pakistani products market available.