BEIJING: The Kashgar Special Economic Zone (SEZ) has attracted a large number of international business community, investors and enterprises and in this regard “we offer very good opportunity to Pakistan”, a senior official from Xinjiang government said.
“We know that Kashgar has very good trade and trade cooperation opportunities for Pakistan,” said Pan Zhongming, Director Research and Development, Department of Xinjiang International Expo Administration, while replying to a question at a press conference held on Friday.
The media interaction was conducted to brief about the 2nd China-Eurasia Expo slated for September 1-5, to be held in Urumqi. “We have good trade ties with northern province of Pakistan,” said Pan, adding that several traders travel from Islamabad and Lahore to do business in Kashgar. “Pakistanis friends are more than welcome to participate in the second China-Eurasia Expo and you are also more than welcome to go to Kashgar and do business there and enjoy the preferential policies we introduced there,” he said. In Kashgar, he said, China borders with neighbouring countries, including Tajikistan, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan and India, creating an international market.