Lahore—Pak-China Joint Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PCJCCI) is taking special initiatives to bring investment from China in the eight potential industrial sectors including furniture, handicrafts, textiles, fertilizer, cement, glass work, energy and pharmaceuticals.
The sectors were jointly identified by President PCJCCI Wang Zihai, founder president Shah Faisal Afridi, Senior Vice president Ahmed Fahim khan and Vice President Moazzam Ali at a meeting with a 20-member Chinese delegation from Shule County Commerce and Economic information Committee China. The delegation visited Pakistan on a special invitation of Wang Zihai. The delegation spearheaded by Jurat Qurban, vice president China Xinjiang Kashgar Chamber of Commerce also included Mr. Zhang Xinshan, Zhang Jin Feng, Xinming Ling, Kashi Dehong and Zhang Tiemin. All the delegates belonged to the aforementioned sectors as identified by the PCJCCI office bearers.
Wang stressed that private sectors of Pakistan and China should play vital role to further strengthen trade and economic ties between the two countries. He said that the industrial sectors had been accentuated by PCJCCI after a detailed research of both China and Pakistan’s markets.
He told the delegates that Pakistan is having huge resource for the manufacturing of glass and the usage of glass in the high-tech world of today permeates all industrial, household and personal activities and its importance could hardly be over-stated.