ISLAMABAD: Adviser to Prime Minister on Textile, Commerce, Industry and Production Abdul Razak Dawood has underlined the need for enhancing exports from Pakistan to China as well as to the global market.
"It will require better access to the Chinese market," he said while talking to Chinese Ambassador Yao Jing who called on the minister on Friday.
The adviser emphasised that in addition to strong political affinity, Pakistan and China enjoyed excellent trade and commercial relations bonded further by the signing of the China-Pakistan Free Trade Agreement in 2006.
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He added that agreement on the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) opened another dimension to the ever-growing trade and economic relations between the two countries.
Jing announced that a Chinese buying mission would visit Pakistan. "Such buying missions will be of great importance for Pakistani exporters and the overall export growth of the country," he stressed.
Dawood appreciated China for organising the China International Import Expo, which would be held in November 2018 in Shanghai, and expressed gratitude for declaring Pakistan as the "Guest of Honour" during the event.
Both sides agreed to work more closely to build a brighter and prosperous future for the region