Expo Pakistan to be held next month in Karachi, delegates from UAE from both private and public sectors will be attending the event. Commercial counselor at the Consulate-General of Pakistan in Dubai Dr Nasir Khan said that around 22 delegates from UAE have confirmed with them for participation. However, their target is to take 40 to 50 delegates to Karachi for the expo.
UAE delegates from textile and services industries, will be attending the event. Even some officials from government, textile malls and the Ras Al Khaimah free zone are going to participate.
They are jointly working with the Pakistan Business Council; therefore, 15-20 of the council's members are, too, expected to join.
The event is being promoted very aggressively in the UAE as well as in other countries around the world. In addition, members of the business councils from Australia, Jordan, the US, the UK and Africa have also been invited for Expo Pakistan, Khan added.
Expo Pakistan is the biggest trade fair in Pakistan, showcasing the largest collection of Pakistanâ€™s export merchandise and services. It will feature more than 500 exhibitors from all over, Foreign exhibitors, from neighboring countries, also use this platform to display their products.
Held annually, the four-day Expo Pakistan has become the primary sourcing point for a large number of businesses worldwide, giving them a head start on the buying and ordering for coming seasons.
Expo Pakistan to be held from 9th to 12th November 2017 at Karachi Expo Centre
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