Posted by Bob Brunskill
The Ras Al Khaimah Free Trade Zone (RAK FTZ) experienced a high level of interest in its facilities and services during two recent road shows in Pakistan, it has been reported.
According to the Business Recorder, trade personnel, investors, manufacturers and corporate stakeholders from the textile, leather, chemicals, rice and other industrial sectors attended the events in Lahore and Faisalabad.
The road shows were designed to offer interested parties a heightened insight into the prospects for establishing trade and manufacturing businesses in the RAK FTZ.
Commenting on the events, Niloofar Faaliyat of RAK FTZ said: "In view of the longstanding friendly relations and trade links between Pakistan and the UAE, it is a pleasure for us to invite Pakistani entrepreneurs to capitalise on the consistent double-digit economic growth of RAK by establishing robust ventures for a diversity of industrial and commercial sectors."
RAK FTZ is reportedly preparing to welcome over 200 international and regional delegates ahead of its hosting of the World Free Zone Convention 2010 on November 2nd-3rd.