Pakistan, US agree to increase bilateral trade and investment

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan and the United States have agreed to increase bilateral trade activities and investment.


The resolve was expressed at a meeting between US delegation led by Assistant United States Trade Representative for South Asia Michael Delaney and officials of Ministry of Commerce in Islamabad on Tuesday.

A broad range of trade and investment-related issues, including expanded market access for Pakistani goods in the United States, business-to-business ties, intellectual property and progress on the Augmented Joint Action Plan for Trade and Investment also figured in the meeting.

On the occasion, Michael Delaney said Pakistan and the United States share a relationship based increasingly on trade and investment.

He said the United States sees Pakistan’s prosperity as good for the region and the United States.