Pakistani Commerce Minister in town with biz delegation

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The Pakistani business delegation, accompanied by the visiting Pakistani Commerce Minister Khurram Dastgir Khan, is looking forward to meeting the local counterparts at Sri Lanka’s Export Development Board (EDB) auditorium. 

The visiting delegation will attend a Sri Lanka-Pakistan Business Forum to be held on November 11, at the EDB auditorium, which will be followed by a business-to-business (B2B) interactive session between the visiting businessmen and their local counterparts.

The business delegates represent sectors such as, textiles, agriculture, food and beverage, pharmaceutical industry, electronics, etc.

The Sri Lanka-Pakistan Business Council together with the Commerce Department and Board of Investment are facilitating the business forum and the B2B meeting between the 20 visiting businessmen and local businessmen.

Those who wish to take part in this event may call on 0115588859 or email to The delegation is arriving in the country today.

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