M. M. ALAM ISLAMABAD: Following an inter-ministerial meeting held here on Monday, to discuss the impact of Brexit on Pakistan, exporters have been advised to brace against the falling pound by improving their competitive advantage. Due to the Brexit decision Sterling has crushed form 155ish to 138-40. While adviser to the PM on foreign affairs , Sartaj Aziz opined that Pak-UK relations were rooted in history, FO said that Brexit will not have any immediate economic impact on Pakistan. Pakistan will also endeavor to ensure that concessions available under GSP-Plus continue.
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