LAHORE: Punjab Board of Investment and Trade (PBIT) actively participated in the four-day Pak-China Business Forum 2016 opened here at Expo Centre on Saturday.
Organized by COMSATS Institute of Information Technology, the forum is the biggest Pak-China Business Forum to date with participation of over 700 delegates from 400 Chinese and 300 Pakistani companies.
The PBIT spokesperson said that forum consisted of stalls of various
Chinese companies from various sectors and was an opportunity for Pakistani businessmen to meet their Chinese counterparts and hence increase trade between the two countries. The PBIT also set up a stall that was accompanied by various advisers.
She said the PBIT was playing a roll as the facilitator for the various Chinese companies and always helped them out in any way possible. The PBIT team arranged facilitated B2B meetings and meetings with various governmental organizations on behalf of numerous Chinese companies at the Expo.
This conference aimed to increase bilateral trade with China and help introduce middle and small sized Pakistani businessmen with their Chinese counterparts. This forum falls under the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) and this would be a huge boost for Pakistan’s economy. The conference is expected to pave the way for increased trade relations with China, she concluded. APP