China’s Royal Group plans to set up dairy processing plant in Pak: Chen

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Beijing

Pakistan is rich in buffalo breeds, buffalo research, and buffalo milk manufacturing. To leverage its advantages and enhance Pakistan-China cooperation in this field, hope to set up a dairy processing plant in Pakistan,” President of Royal Group, Chen Yiyi said on Tuesday.

“If regulations permit, we are willing to share China’s experience and embryo technology,” Chen said in an interview after completing a week-long visit to Pakistan.

“In the foreseeable future, the rapid growth of animal husbandry will impose more pressure on dairy producers, so it’s imperative for us to improve buffalo’s varieties through new technologies and work with Pakistani partners to promote the output of the entire animal husbandry industry,” he added.

Chen introduced that China’s practice in the animal husbandry industry over the past 30 years has shown that a proportional introduction of gene technology and embryo technology is conducive to the rapid growth of the agricultural population and the improvement of population quality.

China’s experiences and technologies in this respect will be beneficial to the re-development and upgrading of Pakistan’s animal husbandry in terms of quality and quantity, CEN reported.

In addition to technological cooperation, Chen informed that he is also willing to develop dairy products processing and industrial research in Pakistan to meet the demands of its domestic market and seek export to the Chinese and international markets. —APP