PAKISTAN: Textile Chiefs Seek Improved US Market Access
A senior government official on Thursday called on US trade chiefs to improve market access for Pakistan's clothing and textile products. Finance Minister Shaukat Aziz told the US State Department's director for policy planning, Richard Haas, that: "We look forward to high market access for our textiles, as higher quotas would generate economic activity and create jobs."
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