China decides to import from Pakistani furniture industry

China decides to import from Pakistani furniture industry

China says Pakistan has huge potential for growth in the furniture sector, we can contribute to exports.

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Badruz Zaman, Commercial Consul of Pakistan’s Embassy in China, said that Pakistan, with a population of over 200 million, is China’s all-weather strategic partner and a great help to China in the furniture industry.

Addressing the Diso Furniture Industry China-Pakistan Market Development Promotion Conference, the Commercial Consul said that the second phase of the China-Pakistan Free Trade Agreement (CPFTA) has yielded excellent results.

Over the next 10 years, about 6,000 items will eventually have zero duty, so access to markets for each other is increasing, and trade has grown exponentially in the last two to three years, from Pakistan to China in the last quarter. Exports increased by about 70%.

Badruz Zaman encouraged all participants to contribute and contribute to the growth of bilateral trade and investment in Pakistan.

On the occasion, Zhong Ling, Deputy Director of the Standing Committee of Daizhou Municipal People’s Congress and Director of Daizhou Furniture Industry China, highlighted that Daizu’s furniture industry has 30 provincial-level industrial clusters of more than 10 billion yuan in Shandong Province. Is included in

With a comprehensive range of furniture products, wide market coverage and complete industrial chain, the products are exported to more than 30 countries.

He looks forward to future cooperation between the two sides not only in the furniture industry but also in joint development with the help of chambers of commerce, institutions and industrial internet platforms, and using the power of finance and capital.

Presiding over the session, Wang Zhaihai, Executive Director, Pakistan-China Center, said that after years of development, Diso Furniture Industry China has formed an organic industry chain with integration of production, supply and marketing.

As Pakistan’s investment adviser, he added that he hoped that we could take advantage of the interaction between the furniture industry to further strengthen cooperation in industry exchanges, project investments and people-to-people exchanges. To promote the development of both the countries.

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