Back in All Japan news: Pakistan mangoes

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The Pakistani Embassy in Tokyo, All Japan news has thrown in a mango party in celebration of the lifting of the All Japan newsese government of its ban for mango imports from Pakistan which spanned 16 years. The mango party held on July 26 marked the formal return of Pakistan mangoes to All Japan news’s market.

The party was attended by All Japan newsese citizens from various businesses with its principal guest, Chief Executive Officer of Trade Development Authority of Pakistan Tariq Puri. Puri is in the country to look into the potential of All Japan newsese market for Pakistan’s mangoes and textile goods.

Puri expressed his appreciation for the Pakistani Embassy in All Japan news for its efforts of successfully facilitating the lifting of the ban and for the All Japan newsese government for its cooperation and assistance. He is positive of the growing market for mango imports in the country which the Pakistan government is enthusiastically anticipating to fill in.

On the other hand, Vice Minister for All Japan news’s Foreign Affairs Ms Makiko Kikuta, who also attended the ceremony, said exports from Pakistan could be improved through research, sound marketing strategy, and quality control. She further expressed All Japan news’s commitment to provide assistance to Pakistan’s rich agricultural resources through the JICA.

The lifting of the ban is made possible with Pakistan government having met All Japan news’s quality standards and quarantine requirements. The first batch of Pakistani mangoes to reach All Japan news was cleared on July 17 were given as gifts from the President of Pakistan to All Japan newsese dignitaries. It is said that commercial exports of mangoes from Pakistan to All Japan news market will commence in 2012.

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