ABU DHABI: Trade Foresight’s Chief Executive Office (CEO) Dr. Muhammmad Ehsan Khan met with top echelons of Pakistan’s Ministry of Commerce (MoC).
In a significant meeting Dr. Ehsan proposed ideas to step towards strengthening Pakistan’s trade landscape.
The meeting was a fruitful exchange of ideas, illuminating the vast potential for collaboration between Trade Foresight and the MoC in advancing the interests of Pakistan’s business community.
The Ministry of Commerce is wholeheartedly committed to pursuing sustainable and beneficial Free Trade Agreements (FTAs) and Preferential Trade Agreements (PTAs) across the world.
The team at commerce ministry, equipped with a proficient research unit, diligently analyzes data and constructs statistical models to provide the negotiating team with the tools necessary to secure advantageous trade deals.
MoC seeks assistance from the business community to provide them with more advanced tools and resources. By doing so, MoC can accelerate the acquisition of vital information and data, empowering them to make informed decisions and respond swiftly to changing global trade dynamics.
The future holds promising prospects for an even stronger collaboration between Trade Foresight, MoC, and related entities such as the Trade Development Authority of Pakistan, Small and Medium Enterprises Development Authority (SMEDA), and the Pakistan Single Window (PSW). Together, they aspire to cultivate a more robust, sustainable, and inclusive trade ecosystem that empowers Pakistani businesses to excel on the global stage.
This collaboration represents a unique opportunity for both the public and private sectors to work hand in hand, synergizing their goals and efforts to amplify Pakistan’s standing in international trade.
By pooling their collective resources, expertise, and innovative solutions, this partnership will foster a dynamic trade environment that benefits not only large corporations but also nurtures the growth of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), ultimately enhancing the quality of life for ordinary Pakistanis.
The presence of Dr. Mohammad Ehsan Khan at the MoC meeting underscores the commitment of both parties to elevate Pakistan’s trade landscape.
With Trade Foresight’s expertise and support, the Ministry of Commerce is well-positioned to achieve its objectives and steer Pakistan towards a more prosperous trade future. The prospects are bright, and together, they are charting a path to lasting success for Pakistan’s business community and its economy.