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Kenya and Tanzania receive Pakistan’s first shipment of Changan Oshan X7 SUVs

Pakistan has achieved a notable milestone in the worldwide automobile market, as it recently exported a group of 14 SUVs to Kenya and Tanzania. The accomplishment was reported on Thursday by ARY News.

By working with Master Changan Motors, a joint venture between Pakistan and China, Pakistan has made history by joining the group of countries that export cars. Their status as the first automaker to export SUVs outside has been cemented by this initiative.

The milestone of becoming the first Pakistani-Chinese auto company to export vehicles to two foreign countries was commemorated with a ceremonial ceremony conducted in Karachi. Notably, Asad Rehman, the Federal Secretary of Industries and Production, was present during the occasion.

Rehman also disclosed the government’s intention to pressure automakers to raise automobile costs, particularly in light of the significant decline in the value of the US dollar (USD). He highlighted the initiatives in this regard by bringing up a recent newspaper ad published by an automaker, signalling its commitment to lowering car prices.

As Pakistan enters the global auto market, the export of the Oshan X7 SUV represents a key turning point. Given the difficult economic circumstances the nation is presently experiencing, this accomplishment is even more noteworthy.

Pakistan’s partnership with Master Changan Motors, a Chinese automaker, heralded their entry into the elite group of automobile exporters in a ground-breaking step. By transporting the initial shipment of 14 SUVs to Kenya and Tanzania, they happily reached this milestone.


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A special ceremony was held in Karachi to commemorate the event, which marked the first time a Pakistani-Chinese automaker had exported a vehicle overseas.

Asad Rehman, the Federal Secretary of Industries and Production, attended the ceremony as well.

Asad Rehman stated during the ceremony that the government wanted to encourage automakers to reduce the price of their vehicles in light of the US dollar’s (USD) sharp decrease in value.

He also said that a car company had just published a newspaper ad calling for price reductions.

The Pakistani-Chinese car partnership Master Changan Motors just triumphantly delivered its SUV model, the Oshan X7, to Kenya.

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