A lithium battery can run a motorcycle, business leader
KARACHI: Pakistan Business Council President Rana Abid Hussain has said that lithium is a solid metal and its battery can be used to run motorcycles, auto rickshaws, cars, wagons and other vehicles.
Speaking at a program corporate forum at the Digital Media Studio of Muhammad Ali Jinnah University, Karachi yesterday, Rana Abid Hussain, President, Pakistan Business Council, said that the use of new technology in today’s world is the key to development and prosperity of a country. In this regard, the Government of Pakistan should consider Japan’s offer to set up a lithium battery plant in Pakistan, transfer technology and provide capital so that we too can achieve better economic growth through the use of new technology. Can be done.
He said that lithium is a solid metal and its battery can be used to run motorcycles, auto rickshaws, cars, wagons and other vehicles. Can be ridden and the bike can be ridden at a speed of 120 miles per hour.
Rana Abid said that previous governments did not pay attention to increase trade between Pakistan and Japan that is why the government should pay attention to this. Japan also provides technology and capital while providing machinery while China only provides its own machinery. Exports, does not transfer technology.
He said that in the last century, the Japanese nation was not disappointed by the devastation caused by the atomic bomb dropped during World War II. He sent his young engineers, doctors, scientists and other young people to the United States, Canada, Britain and Germany. After learning a lot from there, they worked for their national development, the best results of which are in front of the whole world.
“Increasing domestic production and exports requires solid laws and better planning, because even today, imports far outweigh our exports,” he said.
He also lamented that our governments had provided laptops worth crores of rupees to the youth while the same amount could have been used to set up a laptop manufacturing plant. He urged the government to import cars in the country. The existing laws need to be changed because only a limited number of people are benefiting from it.