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4th Pak-China business forum on September 2

A high powered business delegation led by Federal Commerce Minister Makhdoom Amin Fahim, is expected to attend the 4th Pak-China Business Forum to be held on September 2, 2011.
Expo aimed to boost regional cooperation
According a statement issued by Trade Development Authority of Pakistan (TDAP) Pakistani exporters would attend the 1st China-Eurasia Expo at Urumqi. A Pakistan pavilion for displaying a wide range of export quality products has also been arranged to highlight the industrial progress achieved by Pakistan. This Expo is aimed to boost regional economic cooperation among Central, West, South Asian and European countries and to further expand the collaboration in multilateral fields. Highlight of this Expo will be the “1+9” forums and the “China Eurasia Forum on Economic Development and Cooperation”. Chinese Government will also hold 9 ministerial high-level forums during the event: News Ministers Forum; Overseas Chinese Businessmen & Xinjiang Development Forum; Agricultural Cooperation and Development Forum; Technical Exchange and Cooperation Forum; Financial Cooperation Forum; China-Eurasia Travel Cooperation and Development Forum; The Forum of Regional Cooperation in Shanghai Cooperation Organization Business Series Activity and Foreign Entrepreneur Conference.
30 distinguished dignitaries participating in the forum
The Chinese cultural exhibition will also be displayed during the Expo. The event is likely to be visited by dignitaries from various South Asian and European countries as well as many distinguished dignitaries from Pakistan. TDAP in collaboration with Pakistan Embassy at Beijing is also organising 4th Pak-China Business Forum on 2nd September, 2011 at Urumqi on the sidelines of the event. B2B meetings of Pakistani businessmen will be arranged with their Chinese and other European counterparts in this Forum. Thirty high profile businessmen are participating in this Business Forum representing different business sectors of Pakistan. Commerce Minister Makhdoom M. Amin Fahim, will deliver the keynote speech during the Business Forum and lead the delegation of Pakistani businessmen. Mr. Tariq Iqbal Puri, Chief Executive TDAP will officially represent Pakistan on the forum of “Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) Business Day”.
China can help with Pak-Iran gas pipeline project
ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Economy Watch (PEW) on Saturday said Chinese companies should help Pakistan complete $1.3 billion Iran gas pipeline project. Government is desperately looking for foreign funds to complete gas pipeline project but American opposition is keeping major donors away, it said. “Gas shortages have not only halted economic growth and can only be resolved through proper financing,: said PEW President Dr. Murtaza Mughal. “Pakistan should also raise part of the finances through domestic funding for which banks can make a consortium,” he said. American continue to stick to their stance despite the severe crisis in Pakistan which proves that they are not concerned about our economy but their own geopolitical interests, said Dr. Murtaza Mughal. The US is publically offering alternatives to Pakistan to hit Iran’s energy sector but such offers are not applicable, he said. He said that US is ignoring the fact that gas contributes around 53 per cent in Pakistan energy mix which cannot be changed. Mughal said that fuel shortages have forced the government to ration supplies, resort to gas load shedding in summer for the very first time and face protests from industry. NNI

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