Ambassador Paudyal invites traders for investment in Nepal


bharataAmbassador of Nepal to Pakistan Bharat Raj Paudyal has invited the Gujranwala business community to invest in the Nepal for taking the full advantages of Nepalese trade and investment-related incentives..

He further said that the Gujranwala based industrialists and exporters could explore and capture the international trade markets of Nepal and other countries of South Asia, especially the SAARC countries as the Nepal is a gateway to the SAARC countries as well.

He stated this while addressing an important meeting of the Gujranwala based traders, industrialists and exporters held at Gujranwala Chamber of Commerce and Industries (GCCI).

President GCCI Khawaja Khalid Hassan, SVP Kashif A. Aziz, VP Babu Imtiaz Hussain, former GCCI President Ikhlaq Ahmed Butt and Khawaja Aamir Hassan were also present on this occasion.

Nepalese Ambassador Paudyal assured his full cooperation and technical assistance to Gujranwala business community for promoting the strengthened bilateral trade relations between Pakistan and Nepal, saying that there were bright opportunities of establishing joint ventures between Islamabad and Kathmandu in different trade fields, in this regard.

He invited the GCCI delegation to participate in Kathmandu International Trade Fair to explore and capture the international trade markets of Nepal.

On this occasion, while presenting his address of welcome President Gujranwala Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GCCI) Khawaja Khalid Hassan gave a detailed briefing to the visiting Nepalese Ambassador about the industrial set up of Gujranwala, saying that that the mutual exchange of the trade delegations between Pakistan and Nepal could help to boost the mutual bilateral trade relations between Islamabad and Kathmandu.

He assured the visiting Nepalese Ambassador that a delegation of GCCI would soon visit Nepal to explore the Nepalese trade markets, in this regard.

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