KARACHI: Chief Executive Trade Development Authority of Pakistan (TDAP) SM Munir said on Thursday that reform process had been started in TDAP and now the organization would fulfil the aims of its establishing. In a statement, he said that traders and business community ad full pledge ability to cope up the challenges the country faced, so there was no need to be fearful about trade with India. “We need initiatives for better access of Pakistani products to Indian markets and rise in value addition. TDAP is trying its bests for achieving this purpose and soon positive results will come out,” he added.
He said that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and Federal Minister for Finance Ishaq Dar were taking all possible steps for bringing an economic revolution in the country as a result, we hope a significant rise in business activities.