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December 30, 2017
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Bank of China to contribute in Pakistan's economic uplift: Murad


KARACHI: Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah on Friday said that the Bank of China will play its role in the development of Pakistan’s economy.

The chief minister said that Pakistan and China present a distinct example of bilateral relations, adding that he will actively serve Chinese enterprises to invest in Pakistan. He expressed these views at an" Appreciation Dinner", the Bank of China hosted for its clients, said a statement issued here Friday.

He also reiterated to continue his help for the implementation of projects in China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), adding that China will continuously contribute in the economic and financial uplift of Pakistan.

Meanwhile, The Country head & CEO of Bank of China Ltd Pakistan Operations Dr. Li Tao said: Bank of China is determined to play its role in the economic development of Pakistan and to strengthen the bond of Pak-China friendship through its exemplary financial services to the business community and financial market in Pakistan. He said that it is the commitment of Bank of China to provide world-class financial services to the Pakistani companies and to facilitate accelerated financial and economic growth.

on the occasion, Acting Consul General of Consulate-General of the People's Republic of China in Karachi, Chen Xiaodong said that  it is a new evidence of China's strong commitments to reform and opening-up, and it also demonstrates a new momentum in the booming international business of Bank of China. 

State Bank of Pakistan Deputy Governor Jamil Ahmed was also present on the occasion, assuring fully support to the Bank of China.

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