In March this year, China Pakistan Trade Online (CPTO), a platform for Pak-China online trade, was launched.
However, many merchants have not yet put their products on the website, because there are too many products.
Now our chamber of commerce is busy helping put the introductions of member companies and information of their products on the website, said Cheng Kai, who is the person in charge of CPTO as well as the director of the Science and Technology Innovation Committee of the Sichuan Chamber of Commerce in Pakistan, China Economic Net (CEN) reported.
After three years of exploration, our chamber of commerce noticed some problems in current Sino-Pakistani trade.
There is a deficiency of mutual trust between Chinese and Pakistani enterprises. Sometimes the goods received in cross-border trade are not the same as what was originally discussed, Cheng Kai said.
President of Pakistan Sichuan Chamber of Commerce Li Hongwu pointed out that both countries have limited information of products of the other country.
We used to think that since the internet is advanced, information exchanges between China and Pakistan companies should be smooth.
It turned out to be wrong. Most Pakistani companies develop their business through emails and do not organize and publish information online.—APP