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Published on: 2017-09-14     168 times read    0  Comments

Made in Pakistan Expo Underway

September 14: The 8th edition of Made in Pakistan Expo is underway in Kathmandu at the United World Trade Centre from September 13 to 19.

The expo was inaugurated by Minister for Commerce Min Bahadur Bishwakarma on September 13, reads a press statement issued by Kathmandu-based Pakistani Embassy.    

        According to the Embassy of Pakistan, the expo is being organized by the Rawalpindi Chambers of Commerce and Industry in collaboration with a number of Pakistani businessmen, who are exhibiting their products.

        The Pakistani products which include furniture, leather items, handicrafts, textile products, artificial jewelry etc are for sale at the exhibition. A group of more than 50 businessmen is participating in this trade fair.

        The event will greatly help in introducing Pakistani products to the Nepali consumers and provide a platform for interaction between the businessmen of the two countries. This will in turn result in enhancing the volume of trade between the two countries, the embassy said.

        The Exhibition will remain open for public till September 19 from 10:00 am to 07:00 pm at United World Trade Center, Tripureshwar, Kathmandu,

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