China Import Expo golden change for Pakistani businessmen

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Beijing

With the 4th China International Import Expo (CIIE) slated to take place in Shanghai, Pakistani businessman Habib Ur Rehman spent his day setting up a booth for the expo.

It has been my wish for four years to participate in the CIIE, the businessman, who is gearing up to promote salt lamps from Pakistan at his 18-square-meter booth in the expo told the Chinese media.

Salt lamps, made from minerals in mountainous areas, are well-known in Pakistan yet new to the Chinese market.

Many merchants in China are very interested in our products, making me more confident about this new debut, he said.

The expo is a good platform to bring more business opportunities and let more people know about Pakistani products, he added.

Keeping a close eye on CIIE since the first edition in 2018, the Pakistani businessman hopes to meet new friends and partners.

He plans to promote salt lamps, brass handicrafts, blue pottery, carpets, and other Pakistani specialty products at the expo.

The businessman also has an ambition of launching more customized products for China in the future, including salt lamps with traditional Chinese auspicious patterns.

The CIIE had helped global poverty reduction according to the businessman. Some of the carpets sold at the expo were woven by poor local rural women at home in Pakistan,” he said. “They had jobs thanks to the event.

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