10 key areas in Pakistan that are expecting investment and cooperation from China

While discussing the impact of the coronavirus outbreak in the economy of the two countries, the ambassador said there was no need to worry about that.

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Pakistan Ambassador to China Naghmana Hashmi has jotted down more than 10 areas in Pakistan that expect investment and cooperation from China.

These areas include electric vehicles, renewable energy, aviation and transportation, distance education, telecommunications, IT, medical facilities, mechanized agriculture and drip irrigation, dairy industry, and pest control.

“It is a huge era of opportunities between Pakistan and China. You must take advantage of the opportunities and possibilities which are now opening up in ‘New Pakistan’,’’ Hashmi said in an interview.

While discussing the impact of the coronavirus outbreak in the economy of the two countries, the ambassador said there was no need to worry about that.

“The first and second quarters will be affected, but we should be able to make it up in the third and the fourth quarters. The FTA that has become operational from January this year has already resulted in a 17% increase in our exports to China”, Hashmi said.

She urged all entrepreneurs and business people in Pakistan and all the Chinese business companies and enterprises to invest in Pakistan.

“Now is the time to look at Pakistan. This is the time to actually put your heart and soul and effort towards increasing bilateral investments, bilateral trade and setting up joint ventures”, she added.

On bilateral relations between the two countries, Hashmi said, “As President Xi Jinping himself said that gold becomes solid and shining when it goes through fire. The friendship between China and Pakistan has grown stronger and stronger because of the difficult times that it has gone through previously.”

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