ISLAMABAD: Over 35 Pakistani companies will showcase their products during a week-long second China International Import Expo, scheduled to begin in Shanghai from Nov. 5.
Advisor on Commerce, Textile, Industry, Production and Investment, Abdul Razak Dawood will lead the Pakistani delegation of top business executives at the expo.
The export-oriented Pakistani companies will display textile, leather and sports goods, surgical equipment, home furnishing and other products at their stalls in order to enhance exports to China.
The Trade Development Authority of Pakistan will also set up a stall to show Pakistani products.
The advisor will also talk to media on trade and investment opportunities in Pakistan during the expo. He will attend the ministerial meeting of WTO and hold a bilateral meeting with Chinese Minister of Commerce in Beijing.