Asad Rehman Gilani, secretary of Pakistan’s Board of Investment (BOI), has claimed that Pakistani firms might profit greatly from entering the halal meat market in China.
He told a group of business leaders from the Sargodha Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SCCI), led by President Sajid Hussain Tarar, to look outside the traditional markets of China, the United States, and Europe for investment prospects.
China has good scope
Gilani suggested that the SCCI not send raw oranges to the United States, but instead use cutting-edge technology to create orange pulp and other value-added citrus goods. The secretary emphasised the necessity for the SCCI to investigate the enormous demand for halal meat in China.
According to Gilani, nearly 200 Korean companies participated in a recent business meeting in Seoul that was organised by BOI and the Pakistan Embassy in Korea. The SCCI president praised the BOI secretary’s economic acumen and revealed that the SCCI would be hosting the first-ever Citrus Festival in three nations.
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