Pakistan

‘Chinese investors keen on exploring more areas of investment in Pakistan’

Prime Minister Imran Khan meets a delegation of 10 main Chinese corporations in Islamabad, on August 24. — PID

Top Chinese traders met Prime Minister Imran Khan on Monday and expressed keenness to additional discover areas for funding in Pakistan, Chairman CPEC Authority (retd) Lt Gen Asim Bajwa mentioned in a press release.

“PM met top Chinese Investors working on various projects. Showed their keenness to further explore areas for investment in Pakistan, owing to improving business climate [in the country]. PM directed all cabinet members to facilitate future investment as [a] special priority,” he tweeted.

Earlier, in a press release, the PM Office mentioned that PM Imran has assured the Chinese corporations of “every possible facilitation” in a bid to strengthen enterprise ties between the international locations.

A delegation of 10 main Chinese corporations, enterprise enterprise ventures in very important sectors together with power, communications, agriculture, science and technology, monetary sector, and business referred to as within the prime minister and mentioned enterprise alternatives within the nation.

The premier mentioned that Pakistan accorded nice significance to strengthening its relations with China, including that strengthening of business-to-business ties of the folks of the 2 international locations, was a foremost precedence.

The delegation comprised consultant of Power Construction Corporation of China (Power China), China Road and Bridge Corporation (CRBC), China Gezhouba (Group) Pakistan, China Three Gorges South Asia Investment Company Ltd, China Railway Group Limited, Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, China Machinery Engineering Corporation and China Mobile Pakistan Limited.

Chinese Ambassador to Pakistan Yao Jing and Javed Afridi, CEO Haier had been additionally current.

Federal Minister for Communications Murad Saeed, Federal Minister for Industries Muhammad Hammad Azhar, Federal Minister for Planning Asad Umar, Finance Advisor Dr Abdul Hafeez Sheikh, Commerce Advisor Abdur Razaq Dawood, Chairman Board of Investment Atif R Bokhari, Chairman CPEC Authority Asim Bajwa additionally attended the assembly.

PM Imran requested the Chinese enterprise homes to arrange their regional places of work in Pakistan.

The Chinese traders thanked the prime minister for his private curiosity in facilitating them and the enterprise group in Pakistan.

The contributors expressed satisfaction over the business-friendly insurance policies of the current authorities, particularly in bettering “ease of doing business”.

“Various reforms introduced at policy and implementation level have enhanced confidence of the Chinese business community and Pakistan is being looked upon as a major partner in development in the post-COVID-19 environment”, Ambassador Jing mentioned.

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