China and Pakistan signed 20 cooperation memoranda worth a total of 10.35 billion yuan
ISLAMABAD: The seven-day long ‘China-Pakistan Entrepreneurs International Seminar’ opened in Beijing with an aim to integrate resources of all parties concerned through the think-tank platform to enhance China and Pakistan enterprise cooperation. In the forum, China and Pakistan signed 20 cooperation memoranda worth a total of 10.35 billion yuan, and adopted the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor “Karamay Declaration”, attracting international attention. Senator Saleem Mandviwalla, in his speech, said that Pakistan welcomed Chinese investment with open arms. “President of China Xi Jinping has rolled out a great vision for the people of both countries.” RDI International Think-tank project Chairman Zhao Baige said the seminar was a pragmatic platform for implementing CPEC through the promotion of enterprise cooperation and served as the link to connect the Silk Road economic belt and the Maritime Silk Road.
Published in The Express Tribune, October 16th, 2015.
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