Pioneering Pakistani service firms set to showcase expertise in Beijing CIFTIS

ISLAMABAD: In a transfer that underscores Pakistan’s rising presence at the world financial degree, a delegation of most sensible Pakistani service firms is gearing up to take part in the extremely expected China International Fair for Trade in Services (CIFTIS).

This was once mentioned by way of Ghulam Qadir, Commercial Counsellor at Pakistani Embassy in Beijing.

He advised China Economic Net (CEN) {that a} delegation comprising a few of Pakistan’s main service firms will showcase the country’s prowess in quite a lot of sectors, together with knowledge era, telecommunications, finance, and extra.

This represents a strategic undertaking by way of Pakistan to give a boost to financial ties with China and discover alternatives for collaboration and funding.

“There are seven top firms participating in CIFTIS, Special Technology Zone Authority (STZA), Pakistan International Airlines (PIA), NETSOL, ISBEI, National Bank of Pakistan, National Logistic Corporation (NLC) And FB Enterprises would set up their booths to attract Chinese investors at CIFTIS, scheduled to be held in Beijing from September 2 to 6”, he mentioned.

He additional stated that two device giants specializing in asset finance and leasing answers, NETSOL and ISBEI Technologies will show its expertise in the monetary era area.

In distinction, NBP would showcase its banking and monetary products and services, highlighting Pakistan’s tough monetary sector and its dedication to virtual banking answers.

Qadir stated that The Pakistani delegation’s participation in CIFTIS indicates a landmark second in the country’s adventure against changing into a outstanding participant in the worldwide products and services business area.

As the development unfolds, all eyes are on those pioneering firms as they take heart degree and give a contribution to Pakistan’s ongoing financial transformation, he hopes that CIFTIS might be a bridge between China and Pakistan to support business and financial cooperation, CEN added.

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