3rd Session of Punjab Investment Working Group "CPEC: Achievements, Challenges and Way Forward"
Punjab Board of Investment and Trade (PBIT) and PCJCCI organized the 3rd session of Punjab Investment Working Group to discuss “CPEC: Achievements, Challenges and Way Forward” on 27th September 2022 at PCJCCI Secretariat.
The session was chaired by Mr. Fazeel Asif, Chairman PBIT, Government of Punjab, while leading stakeholders and experts on policy issues, industrial growth, legal framework, and regulatory reforms from Pakistan and China also participated in the discussion.
The notables participated in this session included additional secretary Industries Department Mr. Rizwan Qadeer, Ms. Sunny Yang CEO All Pakistan Chinese Enterprise Association (APCEA), Ms. Asma Hamid, Advocate Supreme Court of Pakistan, Dr. Abdul Sattar Shakir VC Punjab Tianjin University of Technology (PTUT) and Mr. Ehsan Chaudhry Senior Vice President PCJCCI.
Mr. Moazzam Ali Ghurki
I believe that the right way forward is openness, dialogue, trade and investment; working together for mutual benefit not against each other. “It is the people, and not things, that are decisive” -a great meaningful ideology.
PCJCCI is resolute to serve as a model chamber and a vibrant platform for promoting mutual investment and friendship between Pakistan and China, Chinese language and culture. In a very short period of time PCJCCI has become a mainstream leading organization leaving no stone unturned in facilitating any move that can fortify the bilateral relations.
EX PRESIDENT INTERVIEW WITH WINGS INTERNATIONAL
An interview of Former President PCJCCI and Director Din group of Companies Mr. S.M. Naveed was published in Wings International. Mr. S. M. Naveed discussed impact of outbreak of Covid-19 and how adversely it has affected the businesses across the world .He elaborated upon his company’s strategy to successfully deal with such challenging circumstances. He further mentioned importance of textile industry in Pakistan as largest manufacturing industry in the country and it is an explicit example of resistance economy. He believed that, in order to reform the textile sector Government should pay attention to the entire supply chain involved in the production of textiles, not just enabling textile and garment factories to increase production.