Prime Minister Imran Khan has provided guarantees to Chinese companies that his government will assist and defend their operations in Pakistan.
Chen Yan who led a Chinese business organization from Challenge Fashion (Pvt) Ltd met Prime Minister Imran Khan in his office on Sunday, according to the news.
Prime Minister Imran Khan stated during the meeting that “we will support Chinese enterprises in Pakistan on a priority basis” and thanked them for their enthusiasm in advancing their investment in Special Economic Zones (SEZ) and other areas of the country.
“Pakistan and China have been linked not only in the past and present but will continue to be linked into the future via our respective generations.” “We recognize and value the important relationship that exists between the peoples of the two countries,” he continued.
The prime minister urged the relevant authorities to expedite the process of facilitating all Chinese investors who are setting up businesses in Pakistan by resolving their difficulties with regard to road connectivity and the provision of utilities on an urgent basis.
An earlier report informed the PM that Chinese businessmen are nearly ready to begin operations in the glass, ceramics, and computer technology sectors.
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Among those who present were Adviser on Commerce Abdul Razak Dawood, Energy Minister Muhammad Hammad Azhar, Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Political Communication Dr. Shahbaz Gill, Senior Assistant to the Prime Minister on CPEC Affairs Khalid Mansoor, and Chinese Ambassador Nong Rong, among others.