ISLAMABAD (Agencies): The 21st China International Software Corporation Conference was held in Chengdu, China.

The Cooperation Negotiation on Standardization and Internationalization, a sub-forum of the conference, highlighted the significance of the growing software partnership between China and Pakistan.

During the event, Muhammad Zohaib Khan, Chairman of the Pakistan Software Association, provided an insightful overview of Pakistan’s software industry, highlighting the country’s significant advancements in cybersecurity, AI, gaming, and animation.

He also emphasized the attractive incentives available through the Special Technology Zone Authority (STZA). Pakistani companies possess expertise in niche areas such as Fintech, Healthcare, E-commerce, and other solutions that are in high demand globally.

Collaboration between China and Pakistan can extend beyond services to include joint ventures and co-development initiatives.

During the conference, the Pakistan Software Association released introductions and contact information of 38 Pakistani software companies, along with the products and services they can offer and their specific requirements.

An array of collaboration partner requirements from Pakistani companies was also unveiled, covering areas such as the Internet of Things, artificial intelligence, and blockchain technology cooperation.

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