ISLAMABAD – Turkey has expressed keen interest to join CPEC projects in Pakistan.

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Turkish delegation expressed desire for joint ventures.

Turkey offered huge trade opportunities to Pakistani business community and they should visit Turkey to tap all untapped areas of promoting trade and exports.

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The Turkish delegation lauded Rawalpindi Chamber of Commerce and Industry (RCCI)’s efforts in promoting trade activities in the region through exchange of delegations and exhibitions. Turkey and Pakistan both enjoyed cordial relationships and purpose of their visit was to promote these friendly ties between the two countries, said the delegation.

RCCI President Muhammad Badar Haroon assured delegation for full support and assistance for joint ventures and investment.

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He informed Pakistan has risingpopulation which offered great potential for investment in construction sector. He urged that Turkish investors should explore Pakistan for investment and joint ventures in gems and jewelry, pharmaceutical, marble and health sector.

He informed Rawalpindi is a major city that falls in the northern part of CPEC project that is why there exists a huge potential to boost trade and other business activities in the city. He invited Turkish investors for joint ventures in different sectors under CPEC Special Economic Zones.

He also gave a short summary of RCCI current activities and future programs. Vice President Fayaz Qureshi, former presidents and member of the executive committee were also present on the occasion.