Portugal to upgrade trade ties with Pakistan as the two nations can enhance two-sided exchange of many ranges said Dr. Joao Paulo Marques Sabido Costa, chargé d’affaires, Embassy of Portugal.

He said that Pakistan and Portugal should focused on trade exchange assignments and elevate B2B linkages to know each other and investigate new territories of collaboration at Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

Dr. Joao Paulo Marques Sabido Costa said that being a howdy tech nation, Portugal to give innovation and apparatus to Pakistan in many areas including horticulture, material, marble, water resources, building, and developments. He said Portugal was near EU and Sub-Sahara and Pakistan ought to grow close participation with it to show signs of improvement advertise access to European and African areas. He said Pakistani Basmati rice and sustenance was very prominent in Portugal and Pakistan should concentrate on elevating more items to Portuguese market under GSP Plus scheme.

He said Portugal has offered a Golden Visa Program to pull in interest in real estate sector. He said Portugal has PTAs with many nations and by putting resources into Portugal, Pakistani financers can elevate export to Europe, Africa, Canada, and different locales. He said ICCI should shape an appointment for Portugal to investigate new business openings.

Sheik Amir Waheed, President, Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry said that exchange amongst Pakistan and Portugal was not empowering and focused on that the two nations ought to recognize undiscovered territories of shared participation. He said Portugal should upgrade the import of Pakistani items including materials, articles of clothing, surgical instruments, sports goods, leather products, fruits & vegetables, and different items to expand full advantages of GSP Plus to Pakistan.

He said Portugal has a great aptitude for vitality age through inexhaustible sources and it ought to take part with Pakistan in helping its energy issues. He said the two nations can trade aptitude in the fields of training, science, and data innovation while advancement of tourism would fortify respective relations. He said Portugal was very solid in high innovation and it ought to participate with Pakistan to fabricate esteem included and hey tech items.

Muhammad Naveed, Senior Vice President, and Nisar Mirza, Vice President, ICCI worried for visit trade of exchange assignments to recognize new regions for respective participation. They said Portugal’s speculators should visit Pakistan to investigate joint endeavors and interest in CPEC and in different segments of Pakistan’s economy. Baser Daud, Tahir Ayub, Rashid Humayun and others likewise talked at the event.