Lahore : The Small and Medium Enterprises Development Authority (SMEDA) has urged the 24-member Chinese trade delegation to invest in Special Economic Zones to be set up in Pakistan. SMEDA experts, while giving a briefing to the delegation on trade and investment opportunities existing in SME sector of the country, said that Pakistan had a huge potential of foreign investment in the fields of information technology, construction, logistics, textile, engineering, agriculture, livestock, food processing and minerals. Tan Chengce, Vice Chairman Yantai Chamber of Commerce and Industry, was leading the delegation.

The delegation leader Tan Chengce emphasized upon exchange of more trade delegation between Pakistan and China to transform the deep friendly relations into increased bilateral economic cooperation. He said the private and public sectors of both the countries should avail of the facilitation to be offered by the government of Pakistan and China to expand industrial and commercial joint ventures between the two friendly nations.