The agriculture sector of Pakistan and Mali is rich in resources and both the countries should work together in this field to benefit from each other’s experience, said Ambassador of Mali Dianguina Dit Yaya Doucoure.
Addressing the Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) on Thursday, the ambassador said that Mali has vast agricultural land that can be given on lease for 30 years to investors.
The LCCI president said that Pakistan has a wide range of exports items and can easily cater to the needs of Mali. He said that the current trade volume between Pakistan and Mali is even less than $1 million while the global imports of Mali are in excess of $5 billion.
“We can achieve quick results if there is regular interaction among the representatives of private sectors. This will help in exchange of information and having a deeper knowledge of each other’s markets.”