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ICCI delegation to attend No.4 Eurasia Energy Expo in China February 03, 2015
Meeting at ICCI
 
A delegation of Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry representing wind and solar power, lighting, LED and electrical equipment will attend the No.4 Eurasia New Energy Expo being held in Xinjiang International Exhibition Center, China in May 2015. It was agreed during the visit of a delegation of Kashigar Guyu International Trade Co. of China to Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

The Chinese delegation informed that No.4 Eurasia New Energy Industry Expo will be held in Xinjiang International Exhibition Centre from 9th to 11 May 2015 in which over 500 stalls would be set up to demonstrate wind and solar power, lighting, LED and electrical equipment. The delegation invited Pakistani entrepreneurs to participate in the said Expo and showcase the potential of their products to international buyers. The Expo will be attended by a large number of international businessmen and 70 percent Chinese local companies will exhibit their products in the Expo.

The Expo is being co-sponsored by the Chinese Department of Commerce and Council for the Promotion of International Trade of Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, Silk Road New Energy Industry Alliance, Xinjiang R-space Exhibition Co. Ltd. and Jiangsu Renewable Energy Industry Association of China.

Speaking at the occasion, M. Shakeel Munir Senior Vice President and M. Ashfaq Hussain Chatha Vice President, Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry said that Pakistan and China have great potential to enhance bilateral trade relations and frequent exchange of business delegations was the best approach to achieve these goals.

They said Pakistan was facing energy shortfall and attractive incentives to foreign investors to invest in energy sector. They said Chinese companies should benefit from these incentives by setting up wind and solar power plants in Pakistan which will enable them to earn lucrative returns. They assured that ICCI delegation will attend the energy expo to explore matchmaking opportunities with Chinese counterparts.