Pakistan has proposed that the World Trade Organization (WTO) establish a multilateral framework on investment facilitation. Seventy other countries have supported the initiative, which will be considered at the next WTO ministerial conference in Astana, Kazakhstan, in 2020. In preparation, a high-level forum was held in Astana on 28 September 2018. Pakistan’s participant at the forum was our Graduate Institute’s Visiting Professor, Khalil Hamdani.
Graduate Institute’s Visiting Professor, Khalil Hamdani participated in World Trade Organization (WTO) meeting held in Astana on 28 Sep, 2018.
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