Pakistan set to venture into Chinese markets

October 25, 2018 (MLN): Federal Secretary of Commerce, Younus Dagha apprised in a recent interview to China Global Television Network (CGTN), that Pakistan plans to export textile and agricultural products to China through China International Import Expo (CIIE).

He said that Pakistan possesses immense potential in terms of textile and agricultural production, and the new government is working on adding value to the industry.

  “We want to keep increasing our exports and China being the regional economic superpower, we have lots of hopes, for this market to provide access to Pakistani products,” he added.

In response to a question, he said that the Pakistani industry will do its best to not only meet Chinese expectations but to portray Pakistan as a country which has great cultural significance.

He also said that he perceives China not only as a great supplier of goods and services, but also as a buyer of Pakistani services.

He evaluated that Pakistani products are likely to find a favorable market in China, given that the Chinese economy is growing along with the purchasing power of its citizens. “China is a market of one point five billion people,” he remarked.

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Posted on: 2018-10-25T11:57:00+05:00