Pakistan is all set to participate in the supply chain and business services exhibition of the China International Fair for Trade in Services to be held in Beijing.
Pakistan Ambassador to China, Moin ul Haque and Commercial Counselor, Ghulam Qadir attended the opening ceremony scheduled on August 31.
More than 120 companies and organizations from across the world are participating in the exhibition.
According to the Trade Development Authority Pakistan’s (TDAP) Annual Business Plan (ABP), Pakistani representatives would attend exhibitions and fairs in various Chinese cities during this time, including officials, experts, importers, and exporters.
The shows will include a range of subjects, such as textile, leather, agriculture and food, as well as the sale of meat, rice, and mangoes to China. Along with exhibitions, the authority has scheduled delegations to and from Pakistan, webinars, workshops, and conferences to promote exports during this time.
From August 25 to August 30 in Urumqi, China, the 7th China-Eurasia Expo was held under the International Markets Development Division (IMDD) umbrella. From August 29 to August 31, 2022, Intertextile Shanghai Apparel Fabrics was held.
In the IMDD category, the China-ASEAN Expo will be held in Nanning, China from September 16 to September 19, and the Seafood and Fisheries Expo will be held in Hongdao, China in October 2022.
To distribute knowledge on how to exploit the FTA with China and tap into untapped possibilities and tariff lines, a conference on CPFTA-II will be organized in Karachi in April 2023. The Trade Mission at Beijing and Shanghai and Rice Importers will host another webinar/B2B session in April 2023 regarding rice exports to China.
A few seminars and webinars have also been scheduled on the subjects of “Market Opportunities for Pakistan’s Packaging Industry,” “Pakistan-China Sports Goods,” “Export of Gemstones,” “Market Penetration,” “Creation of Linkages of Surgical Firms with Chinese Counterparties,” and “Interaction Regarding Chinese Prefabricated-Low-Cost Housing to Pakistan’s Housing Sector.”