Pak-China Business Forum ends421 views
The 5th Pak-China Business Forum 2016 concluded at the Lahore International Expo Centre on Tuesday with the participation of 700 Chinese delegates and signing of over 100 agreements worth $50 million.
The four-day forum organised by COMSATS Institute of Information Technology witnessed hundreds of B2B meetings and several business and technical sessions besides seminars and workshops.
Punjab Board of Investment and Trade CEO Amna Cheema, speaking on the occasion, said both the countries shared the same economic interests and such kind of event would increase both the Chinese and Pakistani investments.
She said CPEC was one of those platforms which would bring a positive transformation in the country which included a good development in various fields, more and more investments, agricultural benefits and a fight against terrorism.
CIIT Lahore Director Prof Dr Qaiser Abbas emphasized upon the rationale behind this endeavor for hosting the forum which included back to back seminars and workshops on multiple topics.
Mr Mark, Vice President of Logistics Industry, discussed the foreign policy and one-belt one-road policy which vastly played its role in Pak-China economic growth.
He also spoke about PCBF 16 organized by COMSATS through which more Chinese companies got interacted with Pakistan industry.
With huge flow of visitors, most of the stalls with ‘Display only’ label sold their maximum products.
( Source News Dawn )