Pakistan has lots to study from China via industrial sector growth: PM Imran Khan

Screengrab from the video of PM Imran Khans meeting with the Chinese delegation, shared by PMs Office on Twitter.
Screengrab from the video of PM Imran Khan’s assembly with the Chinese delegation, shared by PM’s Office on Twitter. 

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has lots to study from China via the event of the commercial sector, Prime Minister Imran Khan mentioned Monday whereas heading a gathering with a Chinese delegation.

A press release issued by the Prime Minister’s Office on Twitter mentioned {that a} delegation of Chinese firms’ heads met PM Imran Khan on  Monday.

 Chinese Ambassador Nong Rong and federal ministers Hammad Azhar, Shaukat Tareen, Asad Umar, and Abdul Razzaq Dawood additionally attended the  assembly.

On the event, the premier mentioned that Chinese funding would create employment alternatives in Pakistan and provides the workforce an opportunity to study new expertise.

“There are vast opportunities for the development of small and medium industries (SMEs) in Pakistan and Chinese companies can play a role in developing them,” mentioned PM Imran Khan.

Meanwhile, the Chinese delegation expressed a eager curiosity in investing in Pakistan whereas appreciating the nation’s investor-friendly insurance policies.

At this, PM Imran Khan assured the Chinese firms of all doable cooperation for them to spend money on Pakistan.

The authorities will present all doable amenities to the buyers, he mentioned.

The premier asserted that authorities was adhering to the coverage of ‘Ease of Doing Business’ whereas offering incentives to buyers and simplifying administrative issues, the assertion mentioned.

He additionally assured the Chinese delegation that he would head conferences in particular person on a month-to-month foundation to resolve the problems on a precedence foundation.


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