TDAP assures support to FPCCI for international events


KARACHI: TDAP will extend all cooperation and support to FPCCI in its forthcoming program of exhibitions and trade delegations. This assurance was given by SM Muneer, Chief Executive TDAP, in a meeting with Zakaria Usman, President FPCCI, held in Federation House, Karachi. He further said that TDAP was being reformed to make it a business friendly organization, facilitating the business community and trade bodies in their efforts to promote Pakistan’s exports.

He also informed that preparations were underway for Expo Pakistan in October, 2014 at Karachi which would attract a large number of foreign potential buyers. Besides, TDAP has made a comprehensive plan of participation in specialized trade fairs in different countries for which transparencies were being ensured.

President FPCCI Zakaria Usman said that FPCCI had extensive program of fairs & exhibitions and trade delegations during the year 2014 which include trade delegation to Korea and Philippines in the month of August and visit to Australia in November 2014.

Moreover, FPCCI is also organizing 2nd Edition of Made in Pakistan Exhibition in Mumbai in the month of December 2014 and 3rd Edition of Canada Pakistan Trade Expo in Toronto, Canada in September 2014 and also arrange participation in India International Trade Fair in New Delhi in November, 2014.

While briefing about the FPCCI program of trade delegation and exhibitions the President FPCCI stated that the program of the visit of delegation are being made with the collaboration of Pakistani Missions and FPCCI’s counterparts in these countries. The purpose of the delegations and exhibitions is to promote bilateral trade, strengthen economic relations and intensify interaction of the business community with the host countries.

The meeting was also attended by Khurram Sayeed, Vice President; Zubair Tufail, Shakil Dhingra, former Vice Presidents of FPCCI and Mehmood Arshad.

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