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Pakistan – Africa Seminar - 21 October 2014

 

In our continuing efforts to apprise the South African entrepreneurs on the emerging economy, trade and investment regime of Pakistan and to highlight the salient features and latest trends thereof, the High Commission of Pakistan, in partnership with Africa Exchange, is organizing a Seminar, on 21 October, 2014 at Blue Valley Golf & Country Estate, Midrand, South Africa.

High Commissioner Najm us Saqib, being the key note speaker of the Seminar, will give a detailed presentation on Pakistan’s real potential especially in the economic, trade and investment spheres. In addition, other prominent Speakers will highlight the excellent opportunities available in Pakistan in the related fields. The business milieu of South Africa and how companies can reposition themselves to maximize gains in South Africa, will also be deliberated upon.

Organizations like Citi and Absa Banks, Trade and Investment KZN have already confirmed their participation in the Seminar. Companies like Bliss Chemical, Kansai Paints, GGDA, DTI and other government agencies have also exhibited interest in sharing their African experience during the Seminar.

All interested companies and individuals may wish to contact Pakistan High Commission, Pretoria, for participating in the Seminar. The focal person from the High Commission is Mr. Qamar Zaman, Commercial Secretary ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it   cell phone 00-27-820532335).

High Commission of Pakistan, Pretoria

 


 
 
 
 

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