Pakistan and the United States have agreed to reinvigorate bilateral trade, investment and business relationships.
This was decided during a meeting under Pakistan-United States Trade and Investment Framework Agreement held in Islamabad.
Secretary Commerce, Muhammad Sualeh Ahmad Faruqui, co-chaired the meeting along with Assistant US Trade Representative for South and Central Asia, Christopher Wilson in Islamabad.
The two sides discussed a wide array of issues aiming to foster bilateral trade and investment, cooperation in agriculture, textile, and healthcare sectors, promoting digital trade and e-commerce, protecting intellectual property, promoting labour rights, and economic empowerment of women.
They agreed that both sides would work to support more business-to-business contacts and interaction between the governmental organizations.