Khartoum, Sept. 27 (SUNA) – Chairman of the Union of  Chambers of Commerce Nadir Al-Hilali met today at the Union’s tower in Khartoum  with Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan to Sudan,  Meer Behrose Regi , within framework of  bolstering  commercial and  economic relations between the  two countries.

The two sides agreed that the level of volume of trade exchange between the two countries is still under the ambition compared to  the available investment opportunities, referring  to  the necessity of  joint work to increase  the volume of trade exchange between the two countries.

Al-Hilali said Sudan has begun restoring its historic position  in cultivating . Producing and exporting cotton crop and that  the country is  working to add value added  to the product  through setting up weaving and textile industries  and  open door for Pakistani investors  to enter into partnerships with the Sudanese private sector to achieve  this objective.

The Pakistani ambassador, for his part, indicated  that his country  imports 14 million bales of cotton annually, saying its useful  that the private sectors in Sudan and Pakistan  to enter  into strategic partnerships  in area of cotton industry  and exchange of experiences.

He announced that serious work is underway  to open joint banks  for facilitating  economic and trade movement between the two countries.

The meeting also indicated to importance of holding bilateral meetings on various economic, trade and investment fields.


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