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PM urges Chinese businessmen to seize investment opportunities in Pakistan

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan has urged Chinese businessmen to explore investment opportunities in diverse socio-economic sectors of Pakistan.

He made this call during separate meetings with heads of major Chinese business groups in Beijing, including Chairman China Rainbow International Investment Company Li Dacan, President China Gezhouba Group Lyu Zexiang, President Huawei Middle East Region Charles Yang, Chairman POWER CHINA Yan Zhiyong, Chairman Bank of China Group Chen Siqing and Chairman China Railways Construction Corporation Chen Fenjian.

The prime minister expressed satisfaction over the progress on projects under the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor. He appreciated the business ventures of the Chinese companies in Pakistan particularly under the CPEC projects.

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Highlighting immense market potential and geo-strategic advantage of Pakistan, Imran Khan assured maximum facilitation to the Chinese business companies for doing business in Pakistan.

The heads of Chinese business groups expressed their gratitude for the support offered by Pakistan in hydropower, renewable energy, construction, infrastructure development and other sectors particularly under the CPEC projects.

Later, PM Imran held a meeting with Zhen Zhanmen, acting vice president Central Party School in Beijing.

They discussed issues of mutual interest.

Epitomizing China for alleviating poverty and steering country towards development, Khan has said that Pakistan looked forward to cooperation from its all-weather ally to deal with white collar crimes.

“We want to take benefit from China’s experiences and aim to strengthen our institutions to subsequently control corruption,” he said.




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