TDAP seeking effective liaison with private, public stakeholders

Trade Development Authority of Pakistan (TDAP) is endeavouring to build an effective liaison with private and public stakeholders through support and assistance to help promote the national trade at the international business markets with the purpose to add their contribution to the national development.

Secretary Trade development Authority of Pakistan (TDAP) Inam Ullah Khan Dharejo expressed these views during his meeting with the Pakistan Carpet Manufacturers, Exporters Association (PCMEA) and Pakistan Meat Exporters Association (PMEA) at the conference room of TDAP Lahore here Monday.

The secretary said, “Being the premier trade promotion organisation of the country, the TDAP is working to strengthen the supply base including exporters’ capabilities and capacities through seminars, workshops and regular research so that they may be able to float their business consignments with capacity and awareness related to the present day global trade regime.”

“We are focusing to help exporters improve and enhance their business weight-age through proper guidance and amicable solution for execution of their business plan so that the mutual coordination of TDAP with exporters could subsequently add to the country’s exports,” the secretary said and hoped that joint collaboration between the TDAP and exporters associations will help improve the country’s trade growth. Both the PCMEA and PMEA associations made their presentations and requested for further facilitation. The secretary TDAP assured the associations of TDAP support and help so that they could perform better in the export field.
Director General TDAP Lahore Riaz Ahmed, Director General Sub Regional Offices TDAP Ms Shazia Akram and Director General TDAP Karachi Nasir Hamid were also present during the meeting.