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US envoy takes up bilateral trade with Finance Minister Aurangzeb

By News Desk

May 27, 2024 03:24 PM


US envoy takes up bilateral trade with Finance Minister Aurangzeb

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US Ambassador to Pakistan Donald Blome called on Federal Finance Minister Muhammad Aurangzeb in Islamabad on Monday and discussed a raft of issues with him, reported 24NewsHD TV channel.

According to a statement issued by Acting US Mission Spokesperson Thomas Montgomery, US Ambassador Donald Blome met with Finance Minister Muhammad Aurangzeb to discuss key aspects of the US-Pakistan trade, investment, and economic relationship.

The US ambassador highlighted the ongoing American support for Pakistan’s economic reform agenda.

Ambassador Blome noted the United States is committed to working with Pakistan in technical and development initiatives, emphasizing that the United States remains Pakistan’s largest export market, a major source of high-quality investment and a strong partner for Pakistan’s economic future.

 

Reporter Anwar Abbas


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