CPEC Industrial Cooperation B2B Investment Conference held in Karachi aiming to further uplift Pak-China economic ties. The Conference was attended by over 100 Chinese companies from various sectors and over 400 Pakistani Businessmen. B2B Investment Conference also received the participation of the Private Sector and the Academia. The Industrial Commercial and Cooperation Bank of China (ICBC) shared the role of the Pak China Business and Investment Forum. The latter was launched by the Chinese Embassy, All Pakistan Chinese Enterprise Association, and the Board of Investment, under the witness of the Prime Minister, Mr. Imran Khan. A signing Ceremony of Service Long March Tyre, a Joint Venture between Pakistan and China, facilitated by the BOI was also signed. Special B2B meetings were arranged in the sectors of Information Technology, Agriculture, Transport, and Urban Development under Public-Private Partnership, Automobiles, Pharmaceuticals, and Special Economic Zones. The Pakistani and Chinese companies had fruitful communication with each other, as well as with the Sindh and Federal Government. Major JVs are expected in the future through this event. Previously, similar events had also been arranged in Lahore and Peshawar that also reaped several fruitful results. As the CPEC phase II has been in vigor, this event received a warm welcome from the Business circles, as well as at the diplomatic and government level. Indeed, CPEC is a great opportunity for Pakistan. CPEC connects us to China which is one of the biggest markets. Because of CPEC, we are developing Special Economic Zones (SEZs) which invite investment across the globe. China is a huge market and the CPEC route will connect China and Pakistan located at the strategic position of world.