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Chinese textile units see Pakistan an ideal destination for relocation

YarnsandFibers News Bureau 2017-04-15 16:00:00 – Karachi

All Pakistan Textile Mills Association (APTMA) Senior Vice Chairman Zahid Mazhar with a keen interest to accelerate Pakistan’s textile industry invited Chinese investors to take advantage of the liberal trade and investment policies in the country by entering into joint ventures with Pakistani entrepreneurs in the textile industry.

Highlighting the trade and investment policies, Mazhar said the government was an advocate of open and deregulated market-driven economy and was creating an enabling environment by investing heavily in infrastructure and capacity building with special emphasis on attracting foreign investment and duty-free import of machinery, equipment and raw material.

Tianjin Peoples Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries Vice President Chen Weiming has said that high cost of doing business and environmental challenges in China have made Pakistan an ideal destination for the relocation of Chinese textile industry.

The APTMA Chairman ,thus, welcomed Chinese interest in relocating the industry to Pakistan. Mazhar also pointed out that the cost of doing business in Pakistan was lower compared to China, calling it one of the biggest advantages for the Chinese which encouraged them to invest in the textile sector of Pakistan.

Briefing on the environment for foreign investment, he said the government had allowed foreign direct investment in all sectors, treated local and foreign investment equally, permitted 100% foreign equity investment, required no government sanction and allowed remittance of royalty, technical and franchise fee, capital, profits and dividends.

He stressed that the recently announced export-led growth package including zero-rated sales tax for the textile industry, drawback of local taxes and levies at 4% on yarn and grey fabric, 5% on processed fabric, 6% on textile made-ups and 7% on textile garments against the realisation of export proceeds provided an added advantage for investment in Pakistan.

Chinese counterpart Chen said that as the world economy is developing in the face of new challenges and choices, the company is striving to develop import and export trade through the adjustment of industrial structure. Their aim is multidisciplinary, multiple-format, diversified development of modern textile enterprises in the future.

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