ISLAMABAD (APP) - The business community on Sunday termed Chinese Primer Wen Jaibaos Pakistan visit as very successful, particularly in terms of enhancing economic and business ties between the two friendly countries. Pakistani businessmen attach great importance to the visit and the outcome of Pak-China Business Cooperation Summit, Vice President of SAARC Chamber of Commerce and Industry and former FPCCI President Iftikhar Ali Malik said. He said that as many as 110 trade bodies and 40 chambers participated in the forum to explore business and investment opportunities, adding that feasibilities regarding the investment and trade opportunities were made during the summit. He said that the summit would have long-drawn positive impact on the countrys economy. He, however, stressed the need for utilizing countrys huge labour forces by introducing it to Chinese markets besides attracting investments into the country by offering low labour wages. It may be recalled that Pakistan and China inked 22 agreements and Memoranda of Understandings (MoUs) of 15 billion dollars at the Pak-China Business Cooperation summit. The agreements and MoUs were related to development of energy sector, promotion of trade, exploration of natural resources and development of agriculture, livestock, finance and banking sectors. FPCCI President Sultan Ahmed Chawala said that people of Pakistan, particularly business community, would never forget the cooperation extended by the Chinese businessmen for the economic development of the country. He said that the Pak-China business cooperation summit would be helpful for further enhancing trade ties, adding that business communities of both the countries inked agreements worth $ 15 billion on Saturday. Chawala termed the trade deals as remarkable achievement and expressed the hope that business and trade between the two countries will keep on increasing in future. Advisor to Prime Minister on Textile Mirza Ikhtiar Baig said that Pakistan has great opportunity to become venue for Chinese investments.