Islamabad: According to a recent news report, the Jordanian Ambassador to Pakistan Ibrahim Almadani vowed to facilitate Pakistani businesses that want to explore investment opportunities in Jordan and form joint ventures with Jordanian companies.
The comments come a day after the Jordanian envoy, along with Dr. Maen Khareasat, minister plenipotentiary at the Jordan embassy, visited the Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ICCI).
While talking to a foreign news agency, the envoy said that Jordan is a free market economy with free economic zones, which have passed through major reforms during the last two decades. “We would like to increase the volume of trade with Pakistan. Our meeting with the ICCI delegation was part of this and remained very positive. We will facilitate the movement of Pakistani business community to Jordan as much as possible,” he added.
Almadani said that Jordan has strong and historic relations with Pakistan based on mutual respect and shared values. “We intend to enhance bilateral trade ties by intensifying our relationship with the private sector in Pakistan,” he maintained.
He said both the nations can expand exchange ties to the assembling, agribusiness, drugs, guard, and the travel industry areas. The main method to improve two-sided exchange is through business-to-business collaboration and individuals to-individuals contacts, Almadani believed.
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