CIIE shows rosy future of China-Pakistan import and export trade: Moin

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Observer Report
Beijing

“China-Pakistan export and import trade is very promising. I can foresee that in the next 3 to 5 years, Pakistan’s exports to China, such a huge market, will be doubled.

And there is an increasing interest of Pakistani traders and companies, to trade with China,” Moin ul Haque, Pakistani ambassador to China, said to Gwadar Pro in an exclusive interview during the 4th CIIE.

November 5th-10th, the 4th China International Import Expo (CIIE), which attracts nearly 3,000 businesses from 127 countries and regions, is held in Shanghai.

On the 5th, Haque visited the pavilion and discussed the trade situation with Pakistani exhibitors.

After the visit, he said: “CIIE is a flagship expo of China, and I must give full credit to the Chinese government, especially President Xi Jinping. It was his idea to launch this expo.

Pakistan has been a very active partner since the first CIIE. Our prime minister was a keynote speaker at the first CIIE.

And since then, we have had our speakers and exhibitors regularly. It’s a unique expo because most of the countries’ trade expos are export oriented and CIIE is import oriented.”

He said: “CIIE is one of the examples of China’s opening up, which has boosted the growing economy for not only China, but also BRI countries.

President Xi said on the opening day that if you walk alone, you can go fast, but if you walk together.

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