Announced on an online talk between the chairman of Peshawar Chamber of Commerce & the manager of Mashhad Chamber of Commerce International Strategic Supervision:
Attempts to simplify business ties between Khorasan Razavi Province and Pakistan
The chairman of Peshawar Chamber of Commerce and the manager of Mashhad Chamber of Commerce International Strategic Supervision talked to each other online and discussed common fields of cooperation especially economic and business transactions between Pakistan and Khorasan Razavi Province.
According to Public Relations of Mashhad Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture, Mohammad Reza Tavakolizadeh in this meeting said, “Iran and Pakistan have had valuable and long records in economic transactions and there is the capacity to start even more worthwhile relations in foreign business regarding common cooperation and better awareness of mutual markets.”
The member of Mashhad Chamber of Commerce board of managers maintained, “as far as business growth between Iran and Pakistan is concerned, it is necessary to determine and know two countries economic and business capabilities. For instance, two countries, regarding pivotal role for their private sector, can suggest exporting variety of goods and products to Pakistan. This can be a ground to start business transactions between two countries.”
He confirmed that unfortunately presently the two countries business and economic transactions have got lots of problems and difficulties and asked for mutual synergy to find out solutions to tackle the obstacles.
He continued, “at the moment goods like rice, mango…have wide public reception in Iran market, but regarding two sides’ needs for each other’s products and goods, mutual business transactions need to increase.”
Saturday, 27 November 2021