BEIJING: According to Pakistan’s Ambassador Moinul Haque, national pavilions (both offline and online) will be constructed in Beijing and on the popular Chinese social media site TikTok to promote high-quality items in Chinese markets.
He met with Lu Hongjun, President of the China Asian Economic Development Association’s Urban Cooperation Committee (Caeda-UCC), and expressed gratitude for Caeda’s proactive role in strengthening bilateral trade ties and promoting Pakistan’s high-quality products in China’s offline and online markets.
He expressed confidence that the proposed Pakistani national pavilions in Beijing and on TikTok would be promising platforms for promoting trade, economic growth, cultural promotion, and people-to-people encounters between the two countries.
The ambassador observed that trade between the two countries would expand fast in the coming years.
“China is already Pakistan’s largest trading partner. Last year, we had a record increase in Pakistan’s exports to China, and agro-products, food products, leather, and textile are now becoming very popular in China,” he added.
Haque emphasized that the use of those platforms, which have millions of followers in China and are heavily utilized for making purchases, would be a great way to market Pakistan’s products.