RCCI’s 4th Pak-UK trade & Investment Conference on Nov 28


The fourth Pak-UK trade and investment conference organized by the Rawalpindi Chamber of Commerce and Industry (RCCI) is starting in Birmingham from November 28. Saqib Rafiq, the president of the chamber, while giving details, said that the Rawalpindi Chamber is organizing this conference in collaboration with the Greater Birmingham Chamber of Commerce (GBCC).
The main purpose of the trade conference is to increase bilateral cooperation in various sectors, especially IT services, food, poultry, garments, textiles and machinery. He said that Britain is a major trading partner of Pakistan. Memorandum of Understandings (MoUs) will also be signed with the local chamber of Commerce, companies and Trade associations.
Saqib Rafiq said that after getting out of FATF’s gray list, the UK government has also removed Pakistan from its list of “High Risk Third Countries. This will build more confidence and attract more Foreign Direct Investments (FDIs) in Pakistan.