Pakistani Team Explores Investment Opportunities
Economy, Domestic Economy

Pakistani Team Explores Investment Opportunities

A 24-member Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry delegation on Friday left for a seven-day visit to Iran to explore trade and investment opportunities and possibilities of joint ventures between the private sectors of the two countries. LCCI’s Senior Vice President Almas Hyder is leading the delegation, Pakistan’s biggest financial daily Business Recorder reported. The Pakistani delegates are due to hold talks with their counterparts at Tehran and Iran chambers of commerce, industries, mines and agriculture.

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