KARACHI: Denmark Ambassador in Pakistan Jesper Moller Sorensen has said that the first-ever delegation of Danish businessmen will come on a visit to Pakistan next month to explore trade opportunities between the two countries.
Addressing a meeting of the office bearers of the Korangi Association of Trade and Industry (KATI), he said the Danish government was eager to enhance trade volume between the two countries, which was $400 million.
Denmark has already allocated about $50 million for various support programmes in Pakistan, especially for education and clean water.
On the occasion, KATI President Syed Farrukh Mazhar said that Danish investors could take advantage of the vast opportunities of investment in Pakistan.
He appreciated the steps taken by the Danish envoy for improving relations between the two countries, especially with respect to trade. “There is a lot of potential for direct investment by Danish companies as returns are quite lucrative.”
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