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3rd Pak-China Business Forum held in Shanghai

The Chinese Government has assured that its traders and businessmen will participate in the 6th Expo Pakistan being held in Karachi from October 2011 20-23. As the Pakistani side has attended various exhibitions and business forums held in China during the last eight months, the Chinese delegation would also explore further trade and business opportunities in Pakistan. According to sources, this was affirmed by Chinese Council for Promotion of International Trade (CCPIT) Vice Chairman Zhao Jianding, and of Shanghai Municipal Commission Commerce Director General Yu Jian Ming, on the occasion of 3rd Pakistan-China Business Forum held in Shanghai on August 30, 2011.
They further stated that there is need to increase the trade and business relations of Pakistani businessmen with region located at Eastern Coast of China and at the Yangtze River Delta. Speaking on the occasion, Tariq Puri, Chief Executive Trade Development Authority of Pakistan (TDAP) that stated that the TDAP is extending all necessary support to the CCPIT in organising a “China Pavilion” at the Expo Pakistan 2011, in order to facilitate the participation of Chinese companies in this upcoming event, which also celebrates the 60th year of friendship between the two countries.
Puri stated that Pakistan has already declared China as the focus country for its trade initiatives in 2011–2012 and plans to participate in more than 20 fairs in China. Through this outreach programme, TDAP is accessing different regions of China to introduce and establish the brand “Pakistan” which can be relied for its quality and competitive offerings in various sectors like textile, leather, fisheries, food products, marble, gemstones and minerals.
TDAP and Pakistan’s Consulate General of Shanghai has clubbed the third forum with inter-textile exhibition of home textiles held in Shanghai from August 29-31, 2011. TDAP CE Tariq Puri delivered a keynote speech apprising participants about the flourishing textile sector of Pakistan. He said that it is a good opportunity for Pakistani businessmen to introduce and display their products. This event has helped in boosting bilateral trade between China and Pakistan and to ensure exposure of home textiles of Pakistan in the Chinese market.



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