The Rawalpindi Chamber of Commerce and Industry (RCCI) and Canada-Pakistan Business Council (CPBC)     signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) here on Tuesday.
President RCCI Raja Amer Iqbal and President Canada-Pakistan Business Council Samir Dossal signed and exchange documents.


While commenting on the occasion, CPBC president Samir Dossal said that the major objective of this MOU was to promote bilateral trade ties and mutual benefits of the business communities of both countries. He said this agreement will help in promoting direct company-to-company linkages between CPBC and RCCI members.


Both organizations will cooperate with each other to establish and develop direct and effective business relations between their respective offices and to facilitate arranging business to business (B2B) meetings on a reciprocal basis.


Earlier, president Raja Amer Iqbal gave a short briefing on RCCI key initiatives, exhibitions, trade fairs, industry-academia linkages and Women Business Incubation Center (WBIC). He said that through this MOU information on Canadian, Pakistani Trade Fairs, missions, seminars and other business-related events will be shared to CPBC and RCCI members.


Under the agreement, both organizations will work cooperatively to identify and explore business opportunities between Canada and Pakistan, including joint ventures, strategic alliances, and technology transfers.

Current President Zahid Latif extends Greeting and Invitation to CPBC to visit Pakistan

CPBC continues to work towards strengthening relations with various trade bodies and chambers. Amongst its many partnerships, CPBC enjoys its longstanding relations and MOU with the Federation of Pakistan Chamber of Commerce and Industries (FPCCI), Punjab Board of Investment and Trade (PBIT), Brampton Board of Trade (BBoT), Mississauga Board of Trade (MBOT), and others.