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Zong Given the Most Progressive Telecom Company Award by RCCI

China Mobile Pakistan has been awarded the Most Progressive Telecom Company for the year 2012 by Rawalpindi Chamber of Commerce and Industry (RCCI).

The selection is purely based on CMPak’s contribution towards the national economy and the employment generated by the company.

Annual Achievement Awards Ceremony is a yearly feature of RCCI designed to acknowledge the performance and achievements of members of the business community.

The 25th achievement award ceremony was held recently where the Chief Minister Punjab Mian Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif graced the occasion as Chief Guest.

CMPak started its operations in April 2008 and in a short span of time, it has become the most progressive player in the market. This aggressive stance is reflected in the rapidly increasing subscriber base and the revenue achievements.

Mr. Fan Yun Jun, CEO of ZONG said, “We are thankful to RCCI for acknowledging our efforts in Pakistan. When we started our operations in the country, we were very confident that we will not only be able to grow our business operations here but will also be able to provide many opportunities to the nation. It is our honor that our friends appreciate our humble efforts and we ensure them that ZONG will always continue to work for mutual progress and growth.”

The company has not only managed to grab a fair share of the market but has also invested billions of dollars in Pakistan. By growing its operations, CMPak is also creating employment opportunities for the talented people of Pakistan. The Company has generated more than 3000 direct and over 40,000 indirect jobs in the country.

Rawalpindi Chamber of Commerce and Industry is a premier business association of Pakistan established in 1952. The chamber is actively engaged in facilitating the business community of Rawalpindi region along with the advocacy for the national as well as regional economic forums.

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