Adviser to Prime Minister on Commerce and Investment Abdul Razak Dawood says new trade markets are being explored across the world, to achieve the 26 billion dollars export target in next three years.
In an interview with APP, he said trade diversification, regional trade integration through Gwadar Port and exploring new markets in Africa, North and South America and enhancing production of engineering goods are main agenda of the government to boost exports.
The Adviser said regional trade and economic integration would play a huge role in enhancing connectivity with Central Asian States and Afghanistan.
He said another major focus of the government is on expanding the role of digital economy and connecting with international market, to increase exports and create new employment opportunities for youth.
Source: Radio Pakistan