Leading Chinese firms have told Prime Minister Imran Khan that they will invest USD 5 billion in cash-strapped Pakistan in various sectors over a period of three to five years.
The commitments were made by a Chinese delegation that comprised over 55 executives and heads of leading companies when they met Mr Khan and other high-ranking officials from the Pakistan government on Friday, The Dawn has reported.
The delegation-level talks come as Pakistan continues to battle a ballooning balance-of-payment crisis.
Several countries, including China and Qatar, have provided bailout packages to Pakistan in a bid to address its economic woes.
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