Pakistan and China have agreed to continue working together to make China Pakistan Free Trade Agreement a win-win proposition for both the countries.   

This was decided in the eighth meeting of second phase negotiations of China-Pakistan Free Trade Agreement, concluded in Beijing on Friday.

The meeting was co-chaired by Pakistan's Secretary Commerce Muhammad Younis Dagha and Chinese Vice Minister for Commerce Wang Shouwen.

In the last seven rounds, Pakistan pleaded the case of restoration of its preference under the FTA.

After two days of intense negotiations, Chinese side agreed to address the major concerns of Pakistan regarding preference erosion for Pakistani exports and meaningful market access during the second phase.   

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