Prime Minister of Pakistan Muhammad Nawaz Sharif completed his fruitful five-day official tour to China and would return home on Monday, said an official press release.
The premier visited Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou during his visit to discuss the country's energy problem and development of infrastructure with Chinese leadership.
The tour could be rated successful after the signing of eight Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) and Agreements between the two countries following the meeting between the Prime Minister and premier Li Keqiang.
His visit also included meetings with heads and chief executives of banks, financial institutes and corporate leaders of China where he invited them to freely invest in Pakistan.
Both countries agreed upon the construction of Pakistan-China Economic Corridor that would provide immense business opportunities to population living in surrounding areas.
In several meetings, a number of Chinese companies expressed their interest in construction of various projects including power plants, high-speed train, Bhasha Dam, optic fiber and motorways.
The Prime Minister also met with the Governor of Guangdong province, Zhu Xiaodan where they discussed bilateral relations.
The premier was informed that 60 percent bilateral trade between the two countries is being carried out from the province.
The Deputy Provincial Governor, Assistant Foreign Minister, Chinese Ambassador to Pakistan saw off the Prime Minister at the airport.