Thursday , June 29 2017

Pakistan among top10 most improved countries in Ease of doing business

Islamabad: Pakistan’s inclusion in the global list of top10 most-improved counties in the World Bank’s Ease of Doing Business 201 report is the result of country’s successful economic reforms over the past year, Minister of International Trade, Canada Francois-Philippe Champagne said in a letter addressed to the High Commissioner, Tariq Azim Khan.
According to a message received by state run agency (APP) from Pakistan High Commission, Ottawa, the Canadian Minister of International Trade appreciated the contribution of the sizable Pakistani Canadian community in support of bilateral relationship and in enriching Canadian society is significant.

He reiterated his will to strive for further expansion of commercial ties with Pakistan, which has already reached $ 1.44 billion during the last year and also noted that Pakistani students are increasingly choosing Canada as an education destination.
Pakistan High Commissioner, Tariq Azim Khan congratulated him on his appointment as Minister of International Trade and desired that both the sides should strive to further increase the volume of bilateral trade up to its true potential

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