Monday, April 19, 2021

Pakistan To Export 300,000 MT of Sugar to China under Free Trade Agreement

Pakistan-China Trade relations are soaring as Islamabad will start exporting 300,000 metric tonnes (MT) of sugar to China from the month of June 2019.

Beijing has placed the order with Islamabad after signing the Free Trade Agreement (FTA), and resultantly the trade between both countries have surged.

Pakistan expects to generate more than 110 million US$ in revenue from the export of sugar to China.

Pakistan FM Requests US To Assist in Resuming India-Pakistan Talks

Pakistan’s exports to China are expected to reach 2.2billion US$ in the ongoing calendar year and 3.2billion US$ in 2020.

More News at EurAsian Times

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