In Shanghai, China, the Pakistan Pavilion was formally opened to showcase a variety of export-related goods from Pakistan, including cultural and speciality goods.
Hussain Haider, the Pakistani consul general in Shanghai, attended the inaugural event and declared it open.
The Pavilion, which is over 100 square metres in size and is situated in Waigaoqia in the China (Shanghai) Pilot Free Trade Zone (SHFTZ), was built with the assistance of the Waigaoqiao International Trading Operation Center and will be run by Pakistani businesses with offices in Shanghai.
The Pakistan Pavilion, the first of its kind to be constructed in Shanghai, will serve as a platform for showcasing Pakistani goods, the consul general stated in his inaugural remarks, while also thanking Waigaoqiao Center and Pakistani enterprises involved in the Pavilion’s development.
The Consulate General will work in tandem with the businesses to promote the Pavilion’s seamless operation and turn it into a key portal for the successful construction of a bridge connecting and bolstering trade and economic relations between China and Pakistan.
More Pakistani items will be able to reach the Chinese market thanks to the Pakistan Pavilion Shanghai, which will increase the sales channels for imported goods and support connections between buyers and sellers.