Chinese companies keen to set up JVs in multiple sectors in Pakistan.


ISLAMABAD -- A delegation of Chinese companies led by Yong Yang visited Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry and showed keen interest to setup JVs with Pakistani counterparts in multiple sectors including IT, cyber security, real estate, solar energy, banking and finance, printing, certifications and other fields. Senator Mian Attique and Muhammad Ejaz Abbasi, Vice President FPCCI were also present at the occasion.

The Chinese delegation members said that this was their first visit to Pakistan, which was very encouraging and added that they would bring more Chinese companies to Pakistan to explore JVs and business partnerships. They said that their companies were doing business with many countries around the world and now they were focusing on Pakistan for business collaborations.

They said that Chinese companies were ready to join hands with Pakistani counterparts in many fields including green and environment friendly constructions, building of smart towers, production of agricultural products, improving internet and cyber security, producing IT products, generating solar energy, establishing e-educational platforms, promoting e-commerce and other fields. The Chinese delegation members also briefed the local business community about major products of their companies.

Addressing the Chinese delegation, Muhammad Ahmed Waheed, President, Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry said that the current age was the age of digital economy due...

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