Negotiations on FTA between Pakistan and Turkey would be concluded in Jun’19, followed by formal agreement to boost bilateral trade cooperation in different potential areas between the two brotherly countries. Through the Strategic Economic Framework, Pakistan would get tariff free market excess in potential market of Turkey to increase bilateral trade. Meanwhile, British investors have shown their interest in 26 high potential economic sectors in Pakistan with top priority to tourism, information technology, infrastructure, textile and real estate sectors. This was informed by General Secretary, UK-Pakistan Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Barrister Waheed-ur-Rehman Mian, who was leading a delegation to the KCCI. KCCI President Junaid Makda said Karachi, which is the economic hub of Pakistan, offered profitable investment opportunities including joint ventures and also facilities for trade. This international city was attractive place for British businessmen.