Encouraging Trade: TDAP all set to promote products globally

TDAP CEO said a special counter for women exporters had also been set up at all provincial headquarters

APP August 23, 2015

GUJRANWALA: The Trade Development Authority of Pakistan (TDAP) has offered incentive packages to exporters for holding expos throughout the world for promotion of Pakistani products. Presiding over a meeting of office bearers of the Gujranwala Chamber of Commerce and Industry, TDAP Chief Executive Officer SM Munir said efforts were under way to explore the foreign markets. He said in order to fully encourage women entrepreneurs, a nominal fee of Rs15,000 per stall will be charged at all foreign expos.  He said a special counter for women exporters had also been set up at all provincial headquarters.  Munir said a committee had also been constituted to study proposals and recommendations put forth by chambers to further improve the overall working of the authority in line with international standards.

Published in The Express Tribune, August 23rd, 2015.

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naseem saigol | 5 years ago | Reply Respectable, surfing each trade missions abroad as known through the web site of TDAP and the domestic responsible in Pakistan inclusive of the Secretary TDAP, seeking support for exploring new avenues for "Super Basmati Brown Rice" around the world along with our existing importers, but none of the addressees yet supported on the constructive scale except ones or twos but in way to shade away the query and placed the referral in a dilly delaying course. Trade Missions e-mail IDs or the contacts apparently seem obsolete or out of dated and even on it none of the TDAP accountable attended my e-mail on the adverse experience noticed to them but still has not lost the heart even due to yet ongoing discouraging tracks for no response then what 's the fun gun for sending e-mails in quest to serve the motherland with all zeal of eternal commitment for its glory.
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