PAAPAM, CPBC sign MoU to boost ties.

LAHORE -- In a significant stride towards fostering international business relations, the Pakistan Association of Auto Parts and Accessories Manufacturers (PAAPAM) and the Canada-Pakistan Business Council (CPBC) joined forces through a memorandum of understanding (MoU). The signing ceremony, held at PAAPAM's office, marked a pivotal moment for Pakistan's auto part industry seeking globalisation and partnerships.

The MoU aims to fortify business and investment connections between Pakistan and Canada. The event witnessed the signing by Samir Dossal, President of CPBC, and Munir Bana, Chairman of PAAPAM. Athar Khan, Trade Commissioner at Canadian Trade Service, and Ghulam Ali Shah Pasha, a board member of Pakistan Trade Development Authority (TDAP), were also present, along with the PAAPAM managing committee.


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