Pakistan’s export to China will increase under 2nd phase of FTA: Razak Dawood

Pakistan's export to China will increase by five hundred million dollars under the second phase of bilateral free-trade agreement.

This was stated by Prime Minister's Advisor for Commerce Abdul Razak Dawood in an interview with PTV today.

He said under this agreement the local industry of the country will be protected through a sensitive list of 1700 items.

He said at least 313 tariff lines will also get free access to China under the agreement.

Source: Radio Pakistan

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