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Pakistan wants to increase ties with the new US administration: Dar

ISLAMABAD: Expressing good wishes for the new US President Donald Trump, Finance Minister Muhammad Ishaq Dar Saturday said Pakistan wanted to increase bilateral trade and economic relations with the new US administration.

In a meeting with US Ambassador to Pakistan David Hale in Islamabad, Dar said there was immense potential of increasing trade and investment between the two countries.

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During the meeting, matters pertaining to bilateral interest, including trade and economic ties were discussed.

The minister also highlighted the increasing foreign investment in Pakistan after economic stability in the country.

Speaking on the occasion, the US Ambassador David Hale said the US considered Pakistan an important partner and it gave special importance to its long-term relations with Pakistan.

This should be noted that Donald Trump was sworn in as the 45th president of the United States on Friday.



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