KARACHI - The Sharjah Export Display Centre Project, for which land was made available by the UAE government, can become a viable venue to project Pakistani exports in UAE and Gulf region, if it is taken up by the business community. This was agreed upon by all participants in a meeting held between Jamil Ahmed Khan, Ambassador of Pakistan to UAE and leading members of the business community at the Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FPCCI) head office in Karachi. He urged all businessmen to contemplate the possibility of opening representative offices in UAE, in order to further expand their exports.
He also urged the business community to participate actively in the March 23rd celebrations being hosted by Pakistan’s embassy in UAE, stating that such events provided a great opportunity to businessmen to network with their foreign counterparts. While making a detailed presentation on the trade and investment opportunities for Pakistani businesses in the UAE, he identified the following sectors carrying great potential for our businessmen: oil and gas, agricultural products, education and health.