The Pakistan embassy in China has officially announced about the launching of the Pakistan Pavilion in Shanghai on 23rd November. The Consul General of Pakistan has made the following announcement about the launch.
The Pakistan Embassy in China has made the announcement about the launching via its official Facebook page. They added that the Pavilion is located at the Waigaoqiao port in China(Shanghai), considered the pilot free trade zone (SHFTZ) and covers an area of over 100 sqm.
As stated by the officials, the establishment of the Pakistan Pavilion was made possible with the help and sheer support of the Waigaoqiao International Trading Operation Centre. Furthermore, officials have said that the Pavilion will be handled and managed by Shanghai-based Pakistani companies.
The Pakistani consul general stated in its opening remarks that the government of Pakistan appreciates the support of the Waigaoqiao Center and Pakistan-based companies in the smooth inauguration and establishment of the Pavilion.
Moreover, he stated that this is the first-ever pavilion built in Shanghai which will offer a platform for the products and imports from Pakistan to be displayed on a broad range. The products, exports and imports will include interest in cultural and specialty products.
Additionally, The consul general of Pakistan ensured for support and significant collaboration in the smooth conduct of the Pavilion. The contribution to the smooth operations of the Pavilion will help provide essential leads in the successful building of business transactions and trade friendship bridge between the two countries.
Besides all the trade benefits covered by the project, it will also enhance and strengthen the economic relationship between Pakistan and China.
As per the reports, the Pakistani sales channel for the import and export of goods will get broadened, further connecting the buyers and sellers beyond the national boundaries of both nations. The Pakistani products will be significantly available in Chinese markets for Pakistani and Chinese consumers.
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