Rawalpindi: 3 day ‘Made in Pakistan’ would begin from 28th of November in Kabul, the provincial capital of Afghanistan organized by the Rawalpindi Chamber of Commerce and Industry (RCCI) of Pakistan, sources have learned.Ghulam Murtaza Jatoi, Federal Minister for Industries and Production as a chief guest would head the introductory session that is scheduled to be held on this Thursday at one of the local hotels.
The expo exhibition would display wide cultural products on display including chemicals, paints, handicrafts, carpets, steel, textile, leather, marble, electrical appliances, kitchenware and households. The Pakistani entrepreneurs would set up 60 stalls that would promote the local products in the neighboring country. 150 delegates are expected to attend the event, say the sources.
RCCI has been active in promotion of Pakistani products internationally. In the same capacity, the chamber had organized several exhibiting events in SAARC countries. Hence, the event is expected to increase trading opportunities for Pakistan.
Locally produced cultural items are soon to hit Africa and Tajikistan as RCCI would be holding the same events in the countries.
Efforts by RCCI to organize the events internationally are commendable that would add up to the Gross National Product (GNP), thereby allowing foreign exchange and alleviating the financial conditions of the country.