Peng: Industrial Expo connects Pak companies to Chinese firms

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Observer Report

Islamabad

It is for the first time that Pakistan’s small & medium sized local companies have got in touch with the top high-tech Chinese enterprises which offered them a meticulous opportunity to revamp their business practices, earning standards and future development trajectories.
The companies took advantage of Pakistan’s first ever Offline & Online Pakistan Industrial Expo 2020 that ended here on Sunday. Peng Zhengwu, Deputy Consul General, Chinese Consulate Lahore, expressed these views while talking to Gwadar Pro.
He said that Pakistan Industrial Expo 2020 gave a big push to the industrial cooperation between China and Pakistan on the basis of CEPC Phase I. “It is the right time to promote the business opportunity as the infrastructures of power and transportation are already well in place,” he added.
He said that it was also an encouragement to both sides to get more connected, surmounting the perilous challenge of Covid-19 pandemic. “On-line exchanges opened a new gate for the enterprises and this time response remained promising,” he stated.
He added, “It is a manifesto that solutions are always out of questions. The Pakistan side, together with the Chinese partner, has done a great job. As we are pushing forward CEPC Phase II, wonderful visions are just steps ahead. Industrialization, technical advancement and modernization are the salient feature of tomorrow’s Pakistan.”