Del­e­ga­tion of Chi­nese buy­ers to visit Pak­istan on Septem­ber 26

The Gulf Today - Business - - REGION -

ISLAMABAD: Ad­viser to Prime Min­is­ter on Com­merce and Tex­tiles, Abdul Raz­zaq Da­wood has said a Chi­nese buy­ing mis­sion of busi­nessper­sons and in­vestors del­e­ga­tion would visit Pak­istan on Sept.26-27.

Dur­ing its two-day stay in Pak­istan, the busi­ness-per­sons del­e­ga­tion Mis­sion would hold di­a­logues with lo­cal busi­ness per­sons and ex­porters to en­hance Pak­istan’s trade.

In an ex­clu­sive talk with staterun me­dia, the Ad­viser asked lo­cal busi­ness com­mu­nity in­clud­ing ex­porters to par­tic­i­pate in di­a­logue with Chi­nese buy­ers del­e­ga­tion to ne­go­ti­ate on their ar­eas of in­ter­est in coun­try’s ex­ports.

He said this is be­gin­ning and a first step to­wards en­hanc­ing the coun­try’s trade and at the same time achiev­ing ex­port tar­gets.

Re­ply­ing to a ques­tion, he ex­pressed the hope that dur­ing their visit, Chi­nese buy­ers would also signs agree­ment with lo­cal ex­porters in dif­fer­ent sec­tors, adding that the visit would be great op­por­tu­nity to have ac­cess to huge Chi­nese mar­kets.

“We would achieve ex­ports tar­get and ad­di­tional ex­ports for eco­nomic de­vel­op­ment and pros­per­ity,” he said.

An­swer­ing an­other ques­tion, the Ad­viser said the gov­ern­ment was com­mit­ted to en­hanc­ing ex­ports and in­creas­ing man­u­fac­tur­ing in engi­neer­ing, tex­tile, agri­cul­ture and chem­i­cal do­mains. The gov­ern­ment, Raz­zaq Da­wood said, would give pri­or­ity to pro­mo­tion of ex­port-led growth and re­duce de­pen­dence on im­ports, adding that it has iden­ti­fied many sec­tors to boost ex­ports.

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