Underlining the significance of investment opportunities for Chinese investors in Pakistan’s textile sector, the Adviser to Prime Minister on Commerce, Textiles, Industries and Investment, Abdul Razak Dawood called upon Chinese investors to have more extended cooperation in the textile sector.
This he underlined while interacting with a Chinese delegation of National Textile and Apparel Council (CNTAC) to deliberate on bilateral trade and investment opportunities between the two countries.
Razak said the Chinese companies should invest in whole value chain of textile, from cotton to garment, for the development of sector and both countries should work for win-win situation.
He also reportedly appraised the visiting delegation on Chinese cooperation in manufacturing of polyester yarn in Pakistan while urging extended mutual cooperation in finished/value-added products of textile sector.
The visit of CNTAC aims to observe the existing business environment for future investment in industrial development in Pakistan.