China Helps Pakistani to Become Owner of E-commerce Company

Pakistan and China cooperation

NewsToday: With the mutual cooperation of Pakistan and China, 35 students in Karachi established e-commerce businesses and have now become their owners.

Various courses, including e-commerce, were held in Karachi to foster Chinese entrepreneurship among the youth. The inaugural course was organized at Dawood University of Engineering and Technology with the assistance of Hunan Chemical and Vocational Technical College, resulting in 35 students studying e-commerce business and becoming owners of their own worldwide enterprises on the BRIe Commerce platform.
Along with learning Chinese, the teenagers were taught how to reach the Chinese market and how to create an internet business with little money.

In an interview with reporters, Dr. Faizullah Abbasi said the second training session was organized in association with Lanzhou University to enhance "Belt and Road" cooperation between China and Pakistan. He also stated that a memorandum of understanding has been inked with Gansu Province's Education Department and Lanzhou University for online e-com BRI programs.
More job possibilities will be available abroad, and relations between Pakistani and Chinese educational institutions will be reinforced. Chinese professors educate students how to do global business, which will promote economic cooperation between China and Pakistan.

Sabahat Abid


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