Pakistan aims to learn from President Xi’s Experiences

Learning from Chinese technologies, Pakistan wants to enhance its agriculture products and trade opportunities

Tuesday, June 4, 2024

News Desk

Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif left for China on five-day visit and in a meeting with international media, the premier affirmed that Pakistan wants to learn from President Xi Jinping’s experiences in the areas of Information Technology, Agriculture and textile to boost Pakistan’s exports and minimizing Pakistan’s dependence on imports.

The premier said that China has always support Pakistan in every thick and think and Pakistan now aims to learn from Chinese experiences to secure economic stability in the country.

Appreciating President Xi’s leadership, Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif said that President Xi steered millions of Chinese from extreme poverty and on his current visit, he aims at learning of Chinese model of poverty alleviation.

The Premier also noted that Pakistan wants to lean China’s governance experiences, reform, counter-corruption and creating enabling circumstances for Chinese investors.

Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharid said that Pakistan wants to attract Chinese investors in he areas of mines and minerals in Pakistan as there are massive opportunities in these very areas.

He also added that Pakistan wants to learn Chinese technologies in the areas of agriculture and textiles to enhance Pakistan’s exports in these two areas.

Talking about CPEC, the Prime Minister said that CPEC has been entering the second phase, and a new stage of high-quality development.

The CPEC could be beneficial when both China and Pakistan cooperating in agriculture, mining, labor-intensive light industry and other fields.