ISLAMABAD (APP) - The relationship between Pakistan and Argentina are moving in the right direction and with the passage of time it will get further improve, with the hope that bilateral trade volume would increase in different fields and sectors. Sheikh Humayun Sayeed, Chairman FPCCI Standing Committee on Trade and Investment said these remarks, while paying a courtesy call yesterday to Eduardo Bustamante, Deputy Head of Mission, Economic and Commercial Section, Embassy of Argentina here in the Capital. Currently bilateral trade between the two countries stood at US $ 116.75 million and is in favor of Argentina with imports from Argentina US $ 80.06 million and exports to Argentina US $ 30.69 million. Regular exchange of business delegations, business and industrial exhibitions, exchange of information, close cooperation between of both the countries may help to enhance economic and trade relationship. Further he said, people-to-people interaction, dialogue, mutual understanding, student exchange programs, business community contacts, politicians and press meetings can be beneficial for both the countries. He said Pakistan has huge potential in the traditional exports to Argentina like rice, sports goods, Mango, orange, surgical instruments, pharmaceutical, leather and textile products etc and at present both the countries have not been able to realize their full potential despite being enjoying cordial relations at the governments and public levels. Sayeed proposed that we should organize joint Seminar for highlighting the untapped potentials of trade and investment in the two countries. Eduardo Bustamante, Deputy Head of Mission, Embassy of Argentina said that Pakistan is an attractive destination for foreign investors and Argentinean investors are taking keen interest to invest in Pakistan in sectors of Food, Agriculture, Livestock, dairy farming, hybrid sunflower, Cold Storage for Fruits, Vegetables, Fish, Pasteurization, Sunflower and soybean seed production and installation of meat and milk processing units etc. Argentina has expertise in edible oil, iron, steel, CNG, pharmaceutical products, chemicals etc, the joint venture in these sectors can increase bilateral cooperation between the two countries and technological transfers can improve the efficiency and productivity of Pakistan in these sectors, he added.