China-Pakistan Trade, Energy, Investment Center to be set up in Shenzhen


The Global Innovation Center (GIC) is planning to set up an office in Pakistan, as well as establish a China-Pakistan Trade, Energy, and Investment Center in the organization’s Shenzhen office.

Pakistan Ambassador to China, Moin ul Haque was briefed by Director General, GIC, Zhao Gang during a meeting held at the embassy of Pakistan, Beijing.

GIC is focused on five core businesses: international cooperation in Technology; incubation of new businesses; scientific and technological industrial Zones; training of entrepreneurs; and investment and capital financing. It has offices in ten countries, including the U.S., UK, Germany, Indonesia, the Republic of Korea, and Thailand.

Zhao briefed the Ambassador about GIC and its desire to cooperate with Pakistan in science and technology, focusing on the incubation of new businesses, the development of electricity storage devices, semi-conductors, and New Energy Vehicles.—APP


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