IT to help Pakistan promote trade with Canada


OTTAWA: Pakistan's High Commissioner to Canada Raza Bashir Tarar said keeping in view the COVID-19 pandemic, the business and trade between Pakistan and Canada could be promoted well by taking the advantage of the information technology (IT).

The high commissioner said use of IT would mitigate the economic fallout from this pandemic, said a news release received here.

He emphasized that Pakistani entrepreneurs to look into the areas of possible collaboration in a wide range of sectors, including education, financial services, professional services, manufacturing, construction, transportation, oil and gas, natural resources, ICT, and public sector. The high commissioner said that Pakistan's Ministry of Information Technology and Telecommunication had also adopted facilitative approach towards IT industry and interaction with public sector stakeholders resulting in better coordination.

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