ISLAMABAD: Advisor to Prime Minister on Commerce, Textile, and Industry Abdul Razak Dawood on Sunday said 11 agreements had been signed with China in the sectors of Information Technology, agriculture, railways and chemicals, ARY News reported.
He said an agreement was also made on film and TV between Pakistan and China.
“Many investors are ready to come to Pakistan,” Abdul Razak Dawood said while talking to media after the Free Trade Agreement with China. He said an agreement had been signed on Pak-China Free Trade Agreement (FTA).
The PM’s advisor said around 400 investors had come to attend the Belt and Road Forum. “I was surprised to see so many investors in the forum.”
He said many of the investors were ready to come to Pakistan.
Dawood said under the agreement Pakistan had achieved those benefits which were given to Asian countries. The agreement would improve exports and investment in the country, he added.
On April 28, Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Information and Broadcasting Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan had said that Free Trade Agreement (FTA) with China would help promote the local industry.
Talking about Prime Minister Imran Khan’s visit to China during a stopover in Gujrat, Dr. Firdous Ashiq Awan had said, “For the first time a leader is talking for the interest of his country and people at international level, unlike previous rulers who visited abroad for their personal and business interests.”