Chinese trade delegation from Guangxi Province to soon visit Pakistan to discuss investment opportunities

Gwadar Pro

Islamabad: A Chinese trade delegation from Guangxi Province will soon visit Pakistan to discuss the investment opportunities, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Shanghai Feiyun Culture Development Company said here.

During a visit to the Federation of Pakistan Chamber of Commerce and Industry (FPCCI) here, Shanghai Feiyun Culture Development Company CEO Peter Xie said the trade delegation will visit Pakistan to explore new investment venues in different sectors including roads and infrastructure development, energy and power, said an official statement issued by the FPCCI.

Speaking to FPCCI chairman Gwadar Pro later, Chairman FPCCI Qurban Ali said the Chinese delegation will discuss trade opportunities and investment in the upcoming visit. “The FPCCI is facilitating the Chinese businesspersons to promote the Pakistan-China business ties,” he said.

Peter Xie said the delegation would also explore investment opportunities existing in Information Technology, agricultural, industrial machineries, technology for construction sectors.

The delegation met Qurban Ali, Chairman FPCCI, while the other officer bearers were also presented in the meeting, said the FPCCI statement.

The CEO Shanghai Feiyun Culture Development Company said FPCCI was playing an important role in bringing the business communities and investors of Pakistan and China closer.

He said FPCCI chief Qurban Ali himself took initiative to contact investors of Guangxi province and their government as well and drew their attention towards investment potential in Pakistan.

The government of Guangxi Province also responded positively expressed their endeavor of full support and cooperation.

The CEO expressed that their company was working hard on various projects with Pakistani brothers.

Addressing the delegation Haji Qurban Ali said FPCCI would warmly welcome the Guangxi business delegation in Pakistan and would facilitate them in holding their business to business meetings in different sectors.

He also informed that the other provincial governments of China were also looking for investment in Pakistan and they were in contact with him.