Pakistan's exports to Netherlands increased to 24 percent: Envoy.
MULTAN -- Netherlands Ambassador to Pakistan, Marcel De Vink said on Saturday that Pakistan's exports to his country had jumped to 24 percent during the last six months.
Addressing a ceremony at Multan Chamber of Commerce and Industry, he said they would warmly welcome Pakistani trade delegation to Netherlands for exploring new avenue of opportunities. He said Pakistan had a lot of productions through which it could earn foreign exchange by enhancing exports.
The Dutch ambassador offered every cooperation in agri sector, particularly dairy and cattle farming. Moreover, he said they had enough skills and expertise over water management and cleanliness water for Pakistan.
He said, they were already offering students exchange programme in collaboration with Dutch universities, besides financial support for about five thousand biogas plants. He said that Pakistan could earn billions of dollars through exporting fruits, vegetables and meats to foreign countries via Netherlands.
Different trade leaders including President of Chamber of Trade & Commerce Khawaja Jalaluddin Roomi, Khawaja Usman, Khawaja Yusuf, former president of Chamber of Trade & Commerce, DG Khan Khawaja Anees also addressed on the occasion.
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|Publication:||Balochistan Times (Baluchistan Province, Pakistan)|
|Date:||Mar 1, 2015|
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