China Gezhouba Group shows keen interest to invest in Pakistan
BEIJING (92 News) – China Gezhouba Group Chairman Lyu Zexiang showed keen interest to invest in Pakistan.
According to the details, Prime Minister Imran Khan is currently on official visit to China where he has started the meetings series with Chinese companies and officials.
Lyu Zexiang called on Prime Minister in Beijing and discussed cooperation in the energy sector. He showed keen interest in exploring new business avenues in Pakistan especially in the energy sector.
Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi, Minister for Planning Makhdoom Khusro Bakhtiar, Minister for Railways Sheikh Rashid, Adviser on Commerce Razaq Dawood, Special Assistant on Petroleum Nadeem Babar and Chairman Board of Investment (BOI) Zubair Gilani were also present in the meeting.
It may noteworthy that China Gezhouba Group Corporation is one of the most competitive listed companies with very strong financing capabilities. The Chinese group has expanded its business in more than one hundred countries and regions.
CEO of Long March Tyre Company calls on PM
CEO of Long March Tyre Company, Li Qingwen also called on PM Imran Khan in Beijing.
Minister for Foreign Affairs Makhdoom Shah Mahmood Qureshi, Minister for Planning Makhdoom Khusro Bakhtiar, Minister for Railways Sheikh Rasheed Ahmad, Adviser on Commerce Abdul Razzak Dawood, SAPM Nadeem Babar and Chairman Board of Investment (BOI) Zubair Gillani were present during the meeting.
Chaoyang Long March Tyre Co Ltd is a member of the Lianoning Tyre Group and is one of the best tyre manufacturers.
Earlier, PM Khan arrived in Beijing on a three day official visit to China. Chinese Cultural Minister
Luo Shugang received him at the Airport. Chinese Ambassador to Pakistan Yao Jing and Pakistan envoy’s to China Naghmana Hashmi were also present.
During his three-day visit, the prime minister will meet with President Xi Jinping and Premier Li Keqiang. Both Chinese leaders will separately host banquets in honour of the Prime Minister. A number of agreements and MoUs are expected to be signed at a ceremony to be witnessed by the two Prime Ministers.