Pakistan, China held talks to review Free Trade Agreement
Both sides agreed that concerns expressed by two countries will be taken into consideration on mutual benefit basis.
Pakistan and China held second phase of Pak-China Free Trade Agreement talks in Islamabad on Tuesday.
Additional Secretary Ministry of Commerce Robina Ather led Pakistan delegation while Yao Wenliang, Deputy Director General of Ministry of Commerce of China headed the Chinese delegation.
Both the sides agreed that the concerns expressed by the two countries will be taken into consideration on mutual benefit basis by readjustment and review of the FTA through provisions of the FTA.
Pakistan proposed to broaden its export-base to China by encouraging exports from all the sectors which falls under free trade agreement and sought to enhance facilities and concessions on high value-added products.
Both the sides agreed that proposals would be taken into consideration for the mutual benefits.