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40 Pakistani Companies Participate in Dubai’s Arab Health Expo

DUBAI, Jan 31: Around 40 Pakistani companies are participating in the four-day Arab Health 2024 exhibition being held at Dubai World Trade Center which concludes on February 1.

Pakistan’s Consul General in Dubai, Hussain Muhammad expressed satisfaction at the significant number of Pakistani exhibitors at the major event. With over 3,000 exhibitors, Arab Health is one of the largest healthcare shows in the region, attracting professionals, academics and investors from over 150 countries.

Hussain Muhammad stressed the importance of Pakistan Pavilion after its inauguration, saying it offers lucrative investment opportunities and serves as a platform to address global healthcare challenges.

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“Pakistani firms will get a chance to expand export portfolio, tap untapped markets and network with global industry giants,” he said.

The Consul General highlighted that exhibitors are showcasing pharmaceuticals, surgical instruments, hospital textile products with government facilitation by Trade Development Authority of Pakistan (TDAP).

“Numerous side events and workshops are also planned during the four days that will provide good exposure to our companies,” he noted.

Pakistan’s participation in the high-profile event will boost exports, encourage joint ventures and showcase the country’s healthcare expertise. Analysts say consistent participation in global expos can help Pakistani companies penetrate new markets.

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