Oct 16, 2021, 3:23 PM
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Joint barter chamber could enhance Iran-Pakistan trade

Tehran, IRNA – Head of Iran-Pakistan Parliamentary Friendship Ahmad Amirabadi Farahani said that the joint barter chamber was of significance, as it would enhance Iran-Pakistan trade.

Amirabadi who is paying a visit to Pakistan had a meeting with the head of commerce chambers federation of Pakistan Naser Hayat Maku in Karachi on Saturday.

He said that Iran and Pakistan have great capacities in economy, industry, and agriculture which should be leveraged in the interest of both nations with proper planning.

He raised a proposal called available mechanism, saying that US sanctions have caused barriers in Iran-Pakistan trade, but this mechanism could facilitate trade and banking ties.

Amirabadi who represents Qom city in the Iranian Parliament called on Pakistan to pursue the establishment of a joint barter chamber with Iran, as it would lead to an economic book in Iran-Pakistan relations.

The MP urged Pakistan to fulfill its commitments regarding Iran and indicate serious support in practice, as US sanctions have lost their impact on the Iranian economy.

Hayat Maku welcomed the joint barter chamber proposal and said specific commerce regulations in Pakistan need to be modified to expand cooperation with Iran.


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