The Pakistani Ambassador to China, Moin ul Haque, was present at the opening of the Pakistan-China Trade, Investment, and Technology Cooperation Centre in Shenzhen, China. The center, which covers an area of 4,000 square meters, will serve as a platform for commodity display, the development of distribution channels, and commercial liaison.
Details say that the Pak China center in Shenzhen was built to improve trade by putting up offline and online pavilions to make it easier for Pakistani goods to get into Chinese markets.
During his remarks at the ceremony, Ambassador Moin ul Haque emphasized the strong ties between China and Pakistan. He then talked about Pakistan’s export potential, products, and areas in China where they could be promoted.
In addition, the ambassador praised Chinese partners for their contribution to the establishment of the Pakistan-China Trade, Investment, and Technology Cooperation Centre. He went on to say that this center will be a model for mutually beneficial cooperation between the two countries and that it will also be implemented in other Chinese provinces.
Ambassador Moin ul Haque sat down in a round table conference with Chinese representatives from various sectors, including investment funds and chambers of commerce, after the inauguration ceremony had finished.