A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was recently signed between Shenzhen Cross-border E-commerce Association and Hunza Chamber of Small Traders and Small Industry to enhance Pak-China e-commerce cooperation.
Muhammad Mustafa, Deputy Secretary General of Overseas Finance & Law of Shenzhen Cross-border E-commerce Association, and Imam Dade, President of Hunza Chamber of Small Traders and Small Industry, signed the MoU on Friday, according to CEN.
This MoU, according to Wang Xin, President of Shenzhen Cross-border E-commerce Association, will help both parties and improve the local logistics business.
It intends to connect Pakistani and Chinese businesses in e-commerce, logistics, manufacturing, and services trade.
Both sides will improve information exchange on customs, education, industry, law and other non-confidential policies. Both sides will host further conferences, seminars, exhibitions, and other events in the coming days.
Both sides will do research and consult on cross-border e-commerce, talent incubation, industrial parks, free trade zones, transportation, infrastructure, and logistics.