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Qatar can help Pakistan meet its growing LPG needs: FPCCI



(MENAFN - Gulf Times) Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FPCCI) vice president Tariq Haleem has said 'Pakistan isenjoying excellent economic and trade relations with Qatar, which are long lasting and continuously improving fast with the growing understanding between the leadership and people of both the countries. He said this at a meeting with Pakistan Business Forum Doha (PBFD) recently, which was attended by a Pakistani businessmen delegation as well as PBFD members. Karim Aziz Malik, vice-president FPCCI, was also present on the occasion. Haleem said Pakistan offers 'substantial
possibilities for LPG imports every year. 'We have a big requirement of LPG to support the poor man and Qatar can help in this regard, Haleem said. Mohamed Idrees Anwar, president, PBFD acknowledged that the 'two countries possess great potential for promoting joint ventures with the Qatari counterparts in the wake of ongoing blockade. This could be identified and finalised particularly in export of food items, building material, medicines and chemicals. He thanked the visiting
delegation and said that 'the visit would help in further exploring trade promotion opportunities and transform brotherly relations into a sustainable and economic partnership.
Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FPCCI) vice president Tariq Haleem has said 'Pakistan is enjoying excellent economic and trade relations with Qatar, which are long lasting and continuously improving fast with the growing understanding between the leadership and people of both the countries. He said this at a meeting with Pakistan Business Forum Doha (PBFD) recently, which was attended by a Pakistani businessmen delegation as well as PBFD members. Karim Aziz Malik, vice-president FPCCI, was also present on the occasion. Haleem said Pakistan offers 'substantial possibilities for LPG imports every year. 'We have a big requirement of LPG to support the poor man and Qatar can help in this regard, Haleem said. Mohamed Idrees Anwar, president, PBFD acknowledged that the 'two countries possess great potential for promoting joint ventures with the Qatari counterparts in the wake of ongoing blockade. This could be identified and finalised particularly in export of food items, building material, medicines and chemicals. He thanked the visiting delegation and said that 'the visit would help in further exploring trade promotion opportunities and transform brotherly relations into a sustainable and economic partnership.

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Qatar can help Pakistan meet its growing LPG needs: FPCCI

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