Pakistan second largest Australian pulses importer

Published: February 14, 2018
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Australian delegation visits Pakistan pulse conclave
PHOTO:FILE

Australian delegation visits Pakistan pulse conclave PHOTO:FILE

KARACHI: A three-day visit to Pakistan of a delegation of Australian pulses producers ended on Tuesday during which it explored opportunities for increased trade and production of pulses with Pakistani importers and businesses.

The 13-member delegation from the Pulse Association South East (Pase), Fletcher International, Special One Grain and Full Business Spectrum, was led by the Australian government’s trade and investment commission.

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They attended the Pakistan Pulse Conclave 2018 in Karachi hosted by the Pakistan Pulses and Importers Association and also met with representatives of the Pakistan Pulses Importer Association Punjab chapter and Karachi Grocers and Wholesale Association.

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Welcoming the visit, Australian High Commissioner to Pakistan Margaret Adamson highlighted that Pakistan was Australia’s second largest destination for pulses exports with trade valuing at A$465 million in 2016-17.

“Australia and Pakistan are actively exploring avenues to expand trade and investment, particularly in agribusiness where Australia has world-class expertise.”

Published in The Express Tribune, February 14th, 2018.

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  • Mohammad Nafees
    Feb 14, 2018 - 9:57AM

    Like always, Sabir Nazar has shown his excellence in touching upon our socio-political issues in his cartoon. Only one point I want to make here. Instead of showing a sword in the hand of Asma Jahangir, a hammer used in the court should have been more appropriate because sword is a symbol of war and killing and Asma has never supported such deeds.Recommend

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