Gwadar: In a piece of recent news, Adviser to the Prime Minister on Commerce and Investment Abdul Razak Dawood has said that Uzbekistan has acquired 25-acre land in Gwadar which will promote trade and bilateral connectivity.
Uzbekistan and other central Asian nations, according to the advisor, want to have access to the sea in order to develop trade routes, and Pakistan is an appropriate country to help them do so. He also claimed that Pakistan and Uzbekistan will develop a bilateral trade deal, which would boost Pakistan’s exports.
The adviser added that both nations had signed a number of business agreements and Memorandums of Understanding following Prime Minister Imran Khan’s recent visit to Uzbekistan (MoUs).
According to him, the area must link in the same manner that Europe has. While speaking at the Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) conference, the Advisor stated that there would be a trade fair in Tashkent that Pakistani entrepreneurs and businesspeople should attend. Mr. Dawood believed that instead of being a net importer of commodities, Pakistan could develop itself as a manufacturing powerhouse.