Chinese Brands in Pakistan
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Chinese brands have been making their mark in Pakistan.

Chinese brands have been making their mark in Pakistan.

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  • 1. Chinese Brands in Pakistan No need to tell about presence of Chinese investment worldwide. China intends to restructure Pakistani market and will invest US$35 billion in infrastructure development in near future. Besides Chinese food and medicines already available countrywide, leading Chinese consumer brand is 3G+4G Zong that is offering free SIMs to 27660+ adult victims of North Waziristan. Zong sponsored women transport service is worth appreciating. Pakistani youth are skill-based knowledge seekers therefore there is need of campuses of Chinese universities. Urban and rural people have been demanding for inexpensive Chinese cars and water heaters. According to Sunhao, Pakistanis must learn well-developed Chinese culture and systems to become an advanced country. Chinese garment and fashion brands must hire services of local ad agencies to imprint lasting impression. • HSBC • Haier • Zong • Yajin • Changhong Ruba • Wang Fu Sajid Imtiaz: Communications Expert CDKN, Member Harvard Business Review