Next stage of China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) would focus on investing and buying more form Pakistan.

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Yao Jing a Chinese ambassador met Prime Minister Imran Khan on  Thursday and  talked about next stage of China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) would focus on investing and buying more form Pakistan.

The meeting revolved around the discussion on the good relations of Pakistan and China and the positive outcome in both countries’ interest.

The ambassador also affirmed that his government’s resolve to work closely with Pakistan to further strengthen the bilateral relations.

Later sharing his views to media the ambassador termed his meeting with the prime minister “very successful”.

He said he made mutual understanding about the Chinese leadership, government including the business community were encouraged by the vision, agenda and priorities set by Prime Minister Imran Khan and his government like the ease of doing business, Clean and Green Pakistan and opening up of Pakistan’s economy to the world.

He also lauded the government’s policies for inviting direct and indirect investment to the country besides enhancing its exports.

The ambassador said he had assured the prime minister that China would continue to be a strong partner of future development of Pakistan.

“We have every confidence that with the leadership of new government, Prime Minister Imran Khan, Pakistan will achieve its destination of prosperity and development,” he remarked.

Praising the vision of President Xi Jinping for socioeconomic development of China, he said Pakistan has a lot to learn  from the Chinese experience for the social uplift of the people of Pakistan.

The prime minister viewed that CPEC had added a new dimension to bilateral ties and reiterated Pakistan’s commitment to its timely completion.

He expressed satisfaction over the significant progress made on the CPEC projects.

The prime minister also underscored his priorities for transfer of technology and capacity building in the agricultural sector, which would have a direct impact on poverty alleviation in rural areas.

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