Pakistan will be a special partner in the 18th China-ASEAN Expo next year

Secretary-General Wang welcomed Pakistan’s participation as an exceptional partner for the first time.

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  • Pakistan will stay as a special partner country for the 18th CAEXPO next year.
  • The 17th CAEXPO is currently taking place in Nanning, China.

The 11th CAEXPO Expo exhibition center in Nanning.

Pakistan will stay a special partner country for the 18th CAEXPO (China-ASEAN Expo) next year.

In this regard, Pakistan’s Ambassador to China Moin-ul-Haque met with CAEXPO Secretary-General Wang Lei on the 17th China-ASEAN Expo sidelines in Nanning on Sunday.

The two parties also analyzed ways and means for enhancing Pakistan’s footprint in the premier trade and investment platform, CAEXPO, representing 11 countries with a combined GDP of $17.5 trillion and a consumer market of almost 2 billion people.

Secretary-General Wang welcomed Pakistan’s participation as an exceptional partner for the first time and admired the impressive pavilion and booths displaying quality merchandise and attractive handicrafts by the TDAP and Pakistani businesses.

He hoped that Pakistan’s Trade and Investment Promotion Conference held on the Expo’s sidelines would introduce Pakistan’s vast market to Chinese and ASEAN entrepreneurs.

Underlying CAEXPO’s significance for regional trade and investments, Ambassador Haque referred to President Dr. Arif Alvi’s video address in the inaugural ceremony in which he proposed a China-ASEAN-Pakistan trade triangle.

The Pakistani ambassador also welcomed the decision to include Pakistan in next year’s Expo, expressing the hope that pandemic related travel restrictions would ease by that time, allowing high-level officials and trade delegations from Pakistan to participate in the event.

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