Beijing, 26 December 2021 (TDI): Pakistan has launched National Pavilion for the first time on China’s famous e-commerce platform JD.com for the advantage and facilitation to Pakistani and Chinese traders to stimulate Pakistani high-quality products through China’s massive online market.
Ambassador of Pakistan to China, Moin ul Haque inaugurated Pakistan’s first online national pavilion in China during the inaugural ceremony conducted in the Embassy of Pakistan. Vice President of Prestige International, Sisy Ge, Senior Advisor of Prestige International, Luo Xiangdon, and senior Pakistani officials were the guests of the ceremony.
Pakistan’s first online National Pavilion on China’s leading e-commerce platform https://t.co/yNuBCUpybl would create new avenues for traders to market and sell their products and as well as promote culture, cuisine and tourism of Pakistan.@ForeignOfficePk @zlj517 @AmbNong https://t.co/RCaB6eAePn
— Moin ul Haque (@PakAmbChina) December 25, 2021
Ambassador Moin ul Haque Address to the Ceremony
By keeping in view the prompt replicating trade and business ties between Pakistan and China, Ambassador Moin ul Haque thanked Prestige International for devising Pakistan’s online pavilion which would provide the Sino-Pak traders a pragmatic platform to promote the Pakistani products through China’s huge online market.
He stated that this online pavilion will provide a vital platform for Pakistani exporters as well as Chinese importers to showcase Pakistani products in one of the world’s major markets.
He expressed his hope that this platform will help to promote Pakistani items in Chinese markets, their merchants and exporters may open their stores to showcase their products using this platform, and Chinese importers can also sell their products.
The Ambassador further said that while the pavilion will serve as a beginning point for the further exploration of the outstanding prospective opportunities provided by the Chinese digital economy.
This will also supplement the efforts of Pakistan’s offline pavilions, which are currently in operation in a number of Chinese cities, including Chengdu, Kunming, Urumqi, Yiwu, and Zhengzhou.
Further, he expressed his hope that this pavilion would serve as a showcase for Pakistan’s culture, food, tourism, and people-to-people relations. Later, in an interview with APP, Ambassador Haque described the debut of the pavilion on China’s largest e-commerce platform as a historic event.
According to Ambassador Haque, China is the currently world’s largest e-commerce market, and now is a pivotal moment for Pakistani traders to encash this beneficial opportunity.
“They are not only preparing their traders, sprouting awareness about this green e-commerce business in China but also growing their capability in a positive way.”
In response to a query, he stated that Pakistani food, clothing, leather goods, sports equipment, and even furniture may be promoted through this online platform.
He stated that Prestige International is working on a bilingual app in both English and Chinese to bridge the language gap and that Pakistani traders might use this app to connect to this platform.
Address of Director Prestige International to the Ceremony
Director of Prestige International, Tony hoped to successfully import high-quality Pakistani items into the Chinese market with the help of Pakistani exporters and dealers to sell on online marketplaces.
He said that their skilled staff will assist Pakistani traders in exporting their items to Chinese markets and connecting them to the web platform and his company is recurringly contacting various corporations in Pakistan to obtain more and more contact information on Pakistani businesses.
Further, he stated that initially, only Pakistani food goods will be put on sale, but with the passage of time and demand, all types of high-quality products would be available on this online platform. JD.com is a comprehensive 2C online retailer, the most popular and important e-Commerce platform in China with 700 million active users.
Said launching ceremony was surmised as one of the events to remember the 70th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic ties between Pakistan and China.