QUETTA: The Chinese Counsel General Mr. Yao Jing said, the Chinese Government is willing to establish 5 to 10 social economic sectors in Balochistan announcing China prepare to launch skill development programs in Balochistan to end poverty from the province.
Addressing a meeting with members of Chamber of Commerce Balochistan on Wednesday Mr. Yao Jing said, Chamber of Commerce plays a vital role in any country’s economy adding for economic and industrial development, both countries needs to establish a Joint Business Venture,
Senior Vice President Balochistan Chamber of Commerce Salah udd Din Khilji, Vice President Yaseen Raisani and other members welcomed the Chinese Counsel General and Investors.
“We seek to foster business community relations between China and Pakistan, Chinese investors were willing to invest on Balochistan’s Agriculture, Mineral and Energy sectors.” Mr. Yao Jing said adding we glad that new central and provincial government have strong vision for country’s development.
“Balochistan has vast reservoirs of natural resources therefore Chinese Government seek to install mineral processing plant in Balochistan, we are ready to assist Pakistan and Balochistan on technical and economic fields.”
Sharing the details of Chinese Processing System Chinese Counsel Genreal said, Chinese companies has been working on to impart a strong processing and marketing system in Balochistan’ mineral, agriculture and livestock sectors, “China has a major industry of Apple juice and we would encourage provincial exporters.”
“Under CPEC and Pak-China Cooperation we want to promote local manufacturing industry, the local pomegranate of Balochistan can win the Chinese Markets.” Mr. Yao Jing said adding the Chinese Government will provide all assistance and cooperation to local businessmen community regarding their concerns over CPEC.
Addressing the meeting Senior Vice President of Chamber of Commerce Balochistan Salah udd Din Khilji said, Balochistan is the largest province of Pakistan in terms of land and hub of CPEC, “We shares our border with Iran and Afghanistan therefore our province being called as gateway of central Asia.”