LAHORE While describing countrys access to European markets a big achievement of PPP-led coalition government, Prime Minister Yousuf Gilani said on Sunday that seeking access to American markets was their next target. Talking to Federal Minister for Commerce Makhdoom Amin Fahim, who called on him at his DHA residence here, the PM said Pakistan had got duty-free access to European markets for 75 of its domestic products, which would not only boost exports but also generate economic activities in the country. The Prime Minister said that governments latest success to take its products to European countries was reflective of governments policy of enhancing trade ties with the world nations, which, he said, was a clear departure to successive governments policy of relying on foreign aid. The policy, he added, would also enable the government to ensure early rehabilitation of flood victims. Gilani said governments next target was to gain access for Pakistani products to US markets. Earlier, briefing the PM about demand and supply of sugar in the country, Fahim said federal government was providing sugar to the provinces in accordance with recommendations of the Council of Common Interests (CCI). The minister further told PM Gilani that provinces had also been asked to lift their share of sugar from Trading Corporation of Pakistan as early as possible. Makhdoom said there was no dearth of sugar in the country .He said it was responsibility of the provinces to maintain prices of essential commodities as well as their supply and demand. Fahim told the Prime Minister that his ministry was endeavouring to establish better trade relations with Central Asian countries through Afghanistan.