Beijing and Islamabad have started a mutual cooperation for the betterment of e-commerce industry focused on the youth. This mutual cooperation between Islamabad and Beijing has made it a lot easier for a total of 35 Pakistani students to become e-commerce business owners in their own country. It has helped them in their startups.
Furthermore, various e-commerce related courses are also being offered to train and equip Pakistani students with impeccable and unique Chinese business skills. This was made possible with the support of Hunan Chemical, Vocational and Technical College. The first course if training was offered at Dawood University of Engineering and Technology (DUET). As a result of this initiative, almost 35 Pakistani students studied e-commerce business and became business owners on the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) e-commerce platform.
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These students were also taught Chinese language which will surely help them with minimal investment and access to the Chinese market. This will prove to be helpful for them and provide them with a lot of business opportunities. Dawood University of Engineering and Technology (DUET) Vice President Dr. Faizullah Abbasi, who is financed and assisted by Lanzhou University, China said they will soon start the second round of courses and will try to improve the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) project between Pakistan and China.
“We will cooperate with the Gansu Provincial Education Bureau and Lanzhou University to launch the BRI e-commerce course online,” he added.