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Pakistan‚ Czech Republic to enhance bilateral trade
December 03, 2012
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ISLAMABAD: Pakistan and Czech Republic have agreed to enhance bilateral trade through intensified contacts between their businessmen and Chambers of Commerce.

The understanding came during Fifth Session of the Annual Bilateral Consultations between the two countries in Prague.

Pakistan side was headed by Additional Secretary Europe and FODP Ayesha Riyaz while Czech delegation was led by Deputy Foreign Minister Tomas Dub.

The two sides agreed that the full potential of bilateral trade had not been attained and the two countries should intensify contacts between their businessmen and Chambers of Commerce.

NNI News Service

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