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Vivo plans to set up an assembling unit in Pakistan

Vivo Communication Technology has expressed interest in establishing a manufacturing plant in Pakistan in the future. Following the footsteps of Samsung, Realme and Xiaomi now Vivo has also decided to manufacture smartphones in Pakistan.

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Xie Xiaolin expressed his intentions during a virtual conference with Pakistan’s Ambassador to China, Moin ul Haque. The meeting was held as part of the Embassy’s outreach to Chinese businesses through economic diplomacy. Ambassador Haque was accompanied by the embassy’s economic staff. Pakistan’s Consul-General in Guangzhou also attended the conference.

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In his opening remarks, Haque expressed his delight at the increased momentum in Pakistan-China commercial relations, emphasizing the importance of broadening and diversifying those ties.

He praised Vivo Mobile for its investment in the Pakistani market since 2017, discussed the company’s expansion plans in Pakistan, and pledged the embassy’s full support.

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Xie Xiaolin and his colleagues presented on Vivo’s business operations in Pakistan since 2017, as well as their future plans to open an assembly facility.

Back in August of 2021, the Chinese smartphone manufacturer set up its first production unit in Pakistan, said Advisor to Prime Minister on Trade and Investment Abdul Razak Dawood.

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Dawood, in a series of tweets, congratulated vivo, hailing the development as one that will not only create employment opportunities but also make smartphones more accessible to people across the country.

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