Islamabad, April 17, 2019: Trump Administration rejected Pakistan’s demand for duty-free access to the US market. This news was revealed by Imran Khan’s assistant, Abdul Razzaq Dawood.
The Pakistan government’s Advisory for Trade, Textile and Industry Minister Abdul Razaq Dawood told the National Assembly Committee for Trade and Textile that Pakistan wants duty-free access to its exports to the US market, but the Trump Administration has a big barrier in its way.
He said that after completing the presidency of Donald Trump, the Pakistan government will again talk to the US administration about this topic. Pakistan attempts to provide US products with minimum duty tax, because in global market Turkey and India is considered to be largest trade rivals of Pakistan.