Since the inception of People’s Republic of China (PRC), both Pakistan and China enjoy most cordial and trusted friends, which is evident from the fact they both always stood shoulder to shoulder and supported each other on various issues irrespective of its consequences.
The Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan’s third visit during one and a half year tenure of his government is the clear manifestation as how Pakistan values its relation to China and the China is also reciprocated in the same fashion and extended unequivocal and clear support to Pakistan’s stance on Kashmir issue.
There is great expectation that the high level delegation visit to China which also included Chief of the Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa besides several ministers would usher a new era of prosperity and progress in Pakistan.
Prime Minister Imran Khan assured Chinese investors of efforts to ease practices of doing business in Pakistan as he wooed businessmen in Beijing and encouraged them to invest in Pakistan as it is “great time of doing business.”
Speaking at the China Council for Promotion of International Trade, the premier said all investments related to the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) will now be dealt from the PM office in order to remove all hurdles faced by investors. China is already investing in Pakistan heavily; however with the visit of the premier and his direct assurance to the Chines companies, a sharp increase in Chinese companies are anticipating, which could help resolve Pakistan’s prevailing economic woes.