Pak-UAE economic partnership advances

Partnership will boost trade, employment opportunities

Our Correspondent January 07, 2024
UAE flag flies over a boat at Dubai Marina, Dubai, United Arab Emirates May 22, 2015. PHOTO: REUTERS


Minister for Commerce, Industries and Investment, Gohar Ejaz and Minister of State for Foreign Trade of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Dr Thani Ahmed Al Zeyoudi, recently held a productive meeting in Abu Dhabi to strengthen bilateral economic ties between the two nations. Discussions centred on maximising bilateral trade volume and identifying promising avenues for UAE’s investment in Pakistan’s service and logistics sectors.

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These avenues encompass vital areas such as infrastructure development of ports, logistics hubs, and aviation facilities, expansion of shipping and cargo services, and investment in modern technologies and services to enhance overall efficiency.

Both ministers expressed their commitment to streamlining procedures and creating an environment conducive for UAE investors. They emphasised that this partnership would not only boost trade, but also generate employment opportunities.

Published in The Express Tribune, January 7th, 2024.

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