Pakistan is holding second round talks with the European Commission in Brussels on lifting quota restrictions and suspension of duty on Pakistan's textile product imports.

Commerce Minister Abdul Razak Dawood and a delegation of Commerce Ministry officials are visiting Brussels for the talks. The Pakistan delegation would discuss the issue of restrictions with the European Commissioner for trade, Pascal Lamy, and would press for the removal of curbs on textile products.

Pakistan would also be asking the EU to recalculate the anti-dumping duties levied on its bed linen imports into the EU in the light of the appellate body's ruling in India's case.