Prime Minister Imran Khan has invited Huawei to explore business opportunities in the e-commerce sector of Pakistan, a private media outlet reported on Thursday.
He said this while talking to Huawei Supervisory Board Chairman Li Jie, who was heading a delegation of investors, at the PM House in Islamabad.
During the meeting, Li Jie informed the prime minister about the progress being made by the company in the network domain.
Highlighting huge business opportunities created under the new e-policy, launched by the Ministry of Commerce, the prime minister invited the company to explore business opportunities in this sector.
He further urged the chairman to involve brilliant young minds of Pakistan working in technical fields. The possibility of relocation of manufacturing units to Pakistan also came under discussion.
The PM highlighting the attractive incentive packages being offered by the government to the potential relocating industries. He also shed light on the availability of inexpensive labour and youth potential of the country which would help the foreign countries to further grow.
Li Jie stated that he was really impressed with the intellect of the Pakistani students. He said that his company was running a programme of merit awards to the students of Namal.
Board of Investment Chairman Syed Zubair Gillani, Commerce Secretary Sardar Ahmed Nawaz Sukhera and IT Secretary Shoaib Ahmed Siddiqui were also present on the occasion.