LCCI delegation leaves for Indonesia, Malaysia on 10-day visit

LAHORE: A 10-member trade delegation, led by the LCCI Chief Malik Tahir Javaid, has left for a 10-day visit to Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand to discover new avenues for Pakistani merchandise.

Before leaving, Malik Tahir Javaid told that main objective of the LCCI trade delegation is to extract huge economic benefits for the country through exploring new opportunities for trade, investment and joint ventures. He said that highlighting the good perception of the country is also one of the prime priorities of the delegation.

He added that during the visit, LCCI delegation will visit Federation of Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry and Trade of Indonesia. The delegation is set to hold meetings with Parts Manufacturers Association, Paper and Pulp Manufacturers Association, Pakistan’s Ambassador in Jakarta, Republic of Indonesia Ministry of Trade, Honda Trading company and Perdana Group in Indonesia.

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