Pakistan has asked #Chinese telecom giant Huawei to relocate its manufacturing units as the South Asian nation offers scores of incentives including cheap labour.
The matter was discussed during a meeting between Huawei Supervisory Board Chairman Li Jie, who was leading a delegation, and Prime Minister Imran Khan on Thursday.
Addressing the delegation, the prime minister highlighted the attractive incentive packages being offered by the government to the potential relocating industries. He also talked about the availability of inexpensive labour and the competent and enterprising youth in Pakistan.
Talking about the huge business opportunities created under the new e-commerce policy, Imran Khan invited the Chinese IT giant to explore business avenues in the sector. He urged the company to engage the brilliant young minds of Pakistan working in technical fields.
The IT ministry had launched the Digital Pakistan campaign and was interested in including them, he said