Abdul Razzaq Dawood—the Prime Minister’s Adviser on Commerce and Textiles has informed that a Chinese trade mission would be visiting Pakistan on the 26th and 27th of September. The buying mission would be consisting of important investors and businessmen.
During the two day visit to Pakistan, the delegation would hold dialogues with the local business community members as well as with the exporters for enhancing the trade of the nation.
The adviser asked the local business community, which included the exporters to equally participate in the dialogue with the Chinese delegation for negotiating on their respective areas of interest. He also said that this is only an initial step towards enhancing the nation’s trade and achieving the export targets.
In response to a question, he expressed hope that during their visit, the Chinese traders would also be signing agreements with the domestic exporters who belong to various sectors, adding that the visit would be a great chance to have access to the huge Chinese markets.
To another question the adviser said that the government was committed to increasing the exports and towards the increment in the manufacturing in textile, chemical, engineering and agriculture domains. Razzaq Dawood said that the government would give preference to the promotion of export potential.
He said that the government is in talks with the stakeholders and with their consent would form a detailed policy guideline to promote textile and industrial exports. He said that he would be calling the representatives of the textile and rice sectors and exporters as well as other stakeholders to have meetings so as to form a future guideline for development in these important sectors.