ISLAMABAD: Pakistan and Turkey are expected to sign Free Trade Agreement (FTA) in May this year.
According to officials, the agreement will enhance bilateral trade between the two countries, Radio Pakistan reported.
“Both sides will share provisional list in the coming round of dialogue for reaching the final agreement for FTA,” said the officials.
The officials said the two countries will hold discussions for agreement on goods, services and investment.
Following the FTA, the officials are confident that Pakistan will get market space in different sectors of the brotherly country including agriculture and pharmaceuticals.