Royal Group President Chen Yai has said that Pakistan is rich in buffalo breeds, research, and dairy production. China is ready to share its experience and genetic technology with Pakistan. The interest of Chinese investors and buffalo milk is expected to increase Pakistan’s foreign exchange reserves. Chen Yai visited Pakistan and said that we hope to set up a dairy processing plant in Pakistan to reap its benefits and promote Pak-China cooperation in this field. Guo Wenling, the agriculture commissioner at the Chinese embassy, said that in 1974, Pakistan gifted 50 buffaloes to China. The average milk production of the first breed of buffalo is 13.4 liters, according to the Buffalo Research Institute. It was 4 liters per day which were decreasing from year to year. The focus of Chinese traders is to somehow get Pakistan to export live buffaloes. Dr. Khurshid Ahmed, Animal Commissioner, Ministry of Food Security, said that the export of live animals from Pakistan is not yet authorized. Chinese enterprises should find a way to import Pakistani buffalo semen.