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100 acres Chili Project completes under CPEC


Islamabad, 20 June 2021 (TDI): Lt. Gen (retd) Asim Saleem Bajwa chairman of CEPC authority stated on Sunday that with the help of Chinese agricultural experts Pilot project of 100 acres of chili farms is completed in Pakistan. He further added that in the next phase of chili farm cultivation, 3000-acre of land would be used. The Pak-China alliance has been formed by the Sichuan Litong Food Group and CMEC.

Chairman Asim Bajwa said in the tweet that this cooperation will not only help to boost the spice export from Pakistan but will also increase the farm labor and enhance speed and yield quality. Chairman CEPC also shared a video on his Twitter to explain the vision behind the Pakistan China Condiments industry alliance.

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