Pakistani rice export to China breaks previous records: Hussain

More than half of Chinese companies on Fortune 500 have operations in Pakistan

Pakistani exports to China are registering a significant increase and export of Pakistan rice to China during the first nine month of current financial year has broken previous records, said Pakistan Consul General, Shanghai Hussain Haider.

He said in his speech while representing Pakistan at the China Pakistan Economic Corridor & Belt and Road Initiative Agriculture Cooperation and Exchange Conference in Shanghai while Secretary and members of Ministry of National Food Security and Research for Agricultural Cooperation and Exchange participated online from Pakistan and showed a willingness to enhance further cooperation in this sector, China Economic Net (CEN) reported.

Hussain Haider believed that this platform will serve to further deepen their partnership in the crucial areas of agriculture, and will help modernize Pakistan’s agriculture sector, alleviate poverty, and improve the livelihood of the masses.

Ye Junping, Deputy Director of Shanghai Municipal Agriculture and Rural Affairs, remarked that Pakistan and China are all-weather friends and China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) enhanced people-to-people relationship.

Liu Xiangdong, Deputy Director of Agriculture Trade Promotion Center of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs, China said that a large population in Pakistan affiliated with the agriculture sector.—APP

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