Joint Commerce Chamber With Pakistan
Economy, Domestic Economy

Joint Commerce Chamber With Pakistan

Iran and Pakistan have officially inaugurated a joint chamber of commerce to help boost bilateral trade. The inauguration ceremony held in the Pakistani city of Quetta in the country’s southern Balochistan Province on Monday was attended by Pakistan’s Commerce Minister Khurram Dastgir Khan and Iran’s Consul General in Quetta Majid Sadeqi, IRNA reported.

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