The fourth three-day Made in Pakistan exhibition 2016 being organized by the Rawalpindi Chamber of Commerce and Industry (RCCI) began in Kabul on Wednesday with more than 50 stalls textile and handicrafts, leather goods, gems and jewellelry, paint and hardware, heating ventilation air conditioning and refrigeration (HVACR), electronic goods, building material, furniture and services sector have been placed for the exhibition.
Exhibition Committee Vice chairman Khursheed Barlas and a large number of Pakistani traders are participating in the three-day expo.
RCCI President Mian Humayun Parvez, who is in Kabul, said that Pakistan and Afghanistan enjoy good cordial relations and expressed the confidence that with increasing cooperation in trade and business, these ties would be further cemented.
The current volume of trade in the region is 4.5%, which could be enhanced to 20% with concerted efforts.
Mian Humayun Parvez also appreciated the role of Afghan Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Pak-Afghan Joint Chamber and embassies in Islamabad and Kabul for extending their support and cooperation in holding such exhibitions.
The Rawalpindi Chamber is putting its maximum efforts for enhancing trade and business ties with Afghanistan and other countries of the region.
The trade ties between the two countries can be further increased with frequent exchange of trade delegations, hassle free custom clearance, easing taxation and custom duties and with better transportation links.
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