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Made-in-Pakistan Textiles Shine at The Largest-Ever China Import and ExportFair

Made-in-Pakistan textiles shine at the largest-ever China Import and Export
Fair
Pakistani textile merchants are carving out a niche at the ongoing 133rd Canton Fair –
the largest-ever China Import and Export Fair.
“The business is good this time. Our trade volume may reach $1 million for this phase,”
said Gauhar Mustafa, Owner, Gohar Textile Mills Pvt Ltd.
It is Mustafa’s 5th time attending the fair. This year he had sustainable, recyclable home
textiles with him. “We are getting many customers worldwide,” he pointed out.
“I’m here to sell my products and I’m here to represent my country Pakistan,” Tayyab
Rasheed, Director Marketing (Towel Division), A.I. Textiles, said proudly.
As Rasheed put it, the textile sector in Pakistan has its competitiveness. “Our industry
is expanding – Pakistan produces its own cotton; now it has a state of the art machinery
imported from Europe, China and so on; our labor cost is less than some other countries
in Asia; therefore, we have edges to sell our quality products at cheaper prices.”
“When I heard that there will be an international booth here and a lot of international
visitors will be participating, I feel like it’s a must to come here to find out the
possibility of doing business with China as well as the whole world,” Rana Javed
Akhtar, Chief Executive, M.K. Sons (Pvt.) Ltd., told the reporter while attending the
fair.
“It’s our first time to be here,” Akhtar said, adding that he was hoping for the best.

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