Atlanta’s Gwinnett Chamber & FPCCI to Collaborate

<div>Atlanta’s Gwinnett Chamber & FPCCI to Collaborate</div>

KARACHI (NNI): Mr. Muhammad Suleman Chawla, Vice Chairman of FPCCI, has welcomed the profound interest expressed by a business community delegation from U.S. in increasing the volume of bilateral trade; investments in the shape of FDI; exploring Joint Venture opportunities and enhancing the economic relations between the two countries of Pakistan and the U.S.
He was speaking on the occasion of a visit to FPCCI’s Head Office in Karachi by a high-profile delegation of Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce from Atlanta, Georgia.
Mr. Muhammad Suleman Chawla said that, in his opinion, U.S. is one of the most important markets for Pakistani traders and service providers in all sectors; both in conventional and unconventional products and services.
Furthermore, remittances from U.S. have exceeded $2.5 billion per year – representing approximately 13% of Pakistan’s total remittances. He emphasized the fact that there are no legal or regulatory restrictions in Pakistan that can limit the repatriation of profits earned by foreign investors and entrepreneurs in Pakistan.
Mr. Imran Surani, Head of the Gwinnett Chamber’s delegation, said that he has convinced the delegates that Pakistan is a safe place for business visits and economic tourism; and, Pakistan represents one of the most dynamic environments for Joint Ventures.

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