Pak Envoy  in S. Khorasan
Economy, Domestic Economy

Pak Envoy in S. Khorasan

Revival of joint chambers of commerce is vital to introduce potential areas of cooperation to Iranian and Pakistani traders, says Pakistan’s Ambassador to Iran Noor Muhammad Jadmani. “Traders’ lack of knowledge about the neighboring markets is one of the biggest barriers to mutual commercial ties,” Mehr News Agency quoted the ambassador as saying in a meeting with a group of businesspeople in South Khorasan Province’s capital city Birjand on Wednesday. Iran-Pakistan trade currently hovers around $1.2 billion annually, Jadmani said, calling on both sides to aim for increasing the figure to $5 billion.

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