Iran-Pakistan FTA Talks on July 10
Economy, Domestic Economy

Iran-Pakistan FTA Talks on July 10

The second round of negotiations between Pakistan and Iran on a free trade agreement will be held from July 10 to 12 to discuss ways and means of enhancing bilateral trade.
Reviewing the mutual trade list and the FTA’s text will be on the agenda of talks for finalizing the agreement, an unnamed official of the Pakistani Commerce Ministry said, the Pakistani newspaper The News International reported.
The report added that the Iranian delegation would reach Islamabad on July 10 for negotiations on the FTA.
“We are looking forward for talks to enhance bilateral trade and exports to Iran,” the official said.


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