ISLAMABAD: According to Federal Minister for Finance and Revenue Shaukat Tarin, Pakistan is looking forward to deepening trade and investment relations with the United States under the Biden administration.

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On Wednesday, Minister of State for Pakistan Angela P Aggeler told US Charge d’ Affaires Angela P Aggeler that Pakistan offered enormous opportunities for US businesses to invest in information technology, agriculture, oil, and tourism.

“Pakistan and the United States have a long-standing, broad-based, and multi-faceted relationship,” he said. “People-to-people links, economic and business ties, as well as shared interests in fostering peace and stability in the region” enhanced bilateral relations between the two countries.

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