To review the possibilities of increase in bilateral trade between India and Pakistan, a delegation from Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce And Industry (FICCI) will visit Pakistan in the month of February, ARY News reported.
According to Secretary General of FICCI Dr Alwyn Didar Singh, Indian delegation will meet Pakistani traders and officials during the visit and will also organize a ‘Made in India’ exhibition in Lahore.
Dr Alwyn Didar Singh during his meeting with delegation of Pakistani traders demanded to eliminate barriers restricting the improvement in bilateral trade. He said that government of Pakistan has committed to do so but do implementing it practically.
On the occasion senior vice president of SAARC Chamber of Commerce and Industries Iftikhar Ali Malik urged trader community of both the countries to play their role to promote trade activities between the two countries.