CAFTEC supporting business and trade ties between Chengdu and Pakistan: Nina Yang
CHENGDU, Sept. 28 (Gwadar Pro) - “The Chengdu Association for Foreign Trade and Economic Co-operation (CAFTEC) is playing its role in reinforcing business and trade ties between Chengdu and Pakistan,” said Ms. Nina Yang, representative of CAFTEC Pakistan branch.
She was giving introductory remarks in a reception organized by the Representative Office of CAFTEC, in Islamabad to commemorate the 72nd anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China.
Ms. Yang highlighted that Pakistan and China, as iron brothers, were deepening and widening their bilateral ties to promote and preserve their collective interests.
She maintained that the Communist Party of China (CPC) had been devotedly serving to promote interests of the Chinese people and the nation.
She added that 2021 had great significance as it was the year in which the 70th anniversary of the establishment of the diplomatic ties between Pakistan and China was being celebrated with great zeal and zest in both countries.
The reception was attended by members of business community, Chinese entrepreneurs, civil servants, and members of media.
In his keynote address at the Ceremony, Mr. Muhammad Mudassir Tipu, Director General of Pakistan’s Foreign Ministry underscored that CPC has transformed the destiny of China and its people.
“Its most significant achievement is bringing nearly 800 million people out of poverty. Such a remarkable feat has never been achieved in the annals of human history,”he said.
He added that today China is making great strides in all walks of life and is a leader in AI, IOT, and EVs.
DG China shared with the audience that he had supported CAFTEC’s establishment in Pakistan while he was serving as Pakistan’s Consul General to Chengdu and hoped that CAFTEC will play a stronger role in promoting business cooperation between the two countries.
He also underlined that CAFTEC must help support Pakistani companies establish their business in Chengdu, a city with GDP of nearly three hundred billion dollars.
“There is a need to deepen tourism cooperation between Southwest China and Pakistan,” he concluded.