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China keen to invest in Pakistan’s Solar Panel Industry

Federal Minister for Industries, Mr. Ghulam Murtaza Jatoi invited a dynamic and influential China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) delegation from China recently. Subsequently, the delegation was thoroughly impressed by the highest quality of industries in Pakistan. They were full of praise of industries like mining industries, cement factories and refinery mills. Moreover, they were also overwhelmed by the solar energy panel sectors in Pakistan. As a result, the delegate exhibited great interest in investing in Pakistan’s solar panel industry.

The recent visit of Chinese delegation to the capital of Pakistan may prove to be pivotal in country’s history since they expressed strong desire to invest in solar panel industry of Pakistan.

Curbing load-shedding is high priority

The present state in Pakistan demands low-cost and resourceful solar energy panels to curb the perpetual ambiguity of load-shedding from the country. As a matter of fact, some of the private companies have already been taking a profound interest in this sector.

It is worth mentioning that many solar energy panel companies in Pakistan have already taken the initiative of building several solutions for the load-shedding. The Chinese investors, in response to the working companies, are keen to provide cheaper, cost-effective and reliable solar energy system which is also known as Photovoltaics panels.

For the perusal of the Photovoltaics panel, 300-acre land has already been given to Chinese enterprises in the Korangi Creek Industrial Park in Karachi. The minister, Ghulam Murtaza also affirmed that a proposal has been sent to big Chinese tycoons for their investment in Bin Qasim Industrial Park which is developed recently on 900-acres land.

The partnership between China and Pakistan will provide to be pivotal for the people of both countries. Moreover, the projects will create plenty of job opportunities in the region. $46 billion project of CPEC is destined to change the fortunes of both China and Pakistan in years to come.

Source: Techjuice

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