Both the United States and Pakistan have decided to resuscitate their bilateral trade and investment ties. In Islamabad, Pakistan and the United States convened a Trade and Investment Framework Agreement meeting to make this decision.
In Islamabad, Commerce Secretary Muhammad Sualeh Ahmad Faruqui and US Trade Representative Assistant for South and Central Asia Christopher Wilson co-chaired the meeting.
Trade and investment between the two countries, as well as collaboration in agriculture, textile, health-care sectors and increasing e-commerce, digital trade, and intellectual property protection were among the topics discussed.
Both sides agreed to foster increased business-to-business connections and interactions amongst the government organisations.