Indonesian diplomat Visited to Faisalabad Chamber of Commerce There is scope for tripling the trade volume of Pakistan and Indonesia. for which joint efforts are needed

Visit of Indonesian diplomat to Faisalabad Chamber of Commerce
Faisalabad ( Web  News )

Rahmat Hindrata Kasuma, charge d’affaires of the Indonesian Embassy, ​​has said that there is scope for tripling the trade volume of Pakistan and Indonesia, for which joint efforts are needed. Business community in Faisalabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry. While addressing, he expressed his satisfaction on the fraternal political and economic relations between the two countries and said that Indonesia is moving its capital Jakarta to the island of Borneo and next year we will celebrate the 75th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Pakistan and Indonesia. Will celebrate in the new city of East Kalimantan under construction with billions of dollars. He urged the businessmen of Faisalabad to take advantage of the huge market not only of Indonesia but also of ASEAN by participating in this expo. He said that a large number of tourists from all over the world come to Indonesia every year, but the number of Pakistani tourists among them is very less. More than 400 Pakistani students are also studying in Indonesia on scholarships, which may increase further. He said that the Embassy of Indonesia has set a new strategy for better relations between the people of the two countries, including increasing economic relations. Earlier, Faisalabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry Acting President Dr. Sajjad Arshad welcomed the Indonesian Charged Affair and his team and gave a brief introduction to Faisalabad and Faisalabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry. He said that Faisalabad is located in the center of Pakistan which is connected to the whole country by rail, road and air. He said that the number of members of the Chamber is more than 9000 who belong to 118 sectors and sub-sectors of the economy. He said that textile is the identity of this city which is providing employment to more than 40% of workers of Pakistan. He further informed that the share of textiles in Pakistan’s total exports is 60%. Imports palm oil in large quantities from Pakistan and Indonesia while we are exporting rice and cano etc. to Indonesia. He said that Pakistan can export rice and textile products worth 10 billion dollars to Indonesia, while there are also vast possibilities of exporting meat.