ISLAMABAD: Pakistan’s exports to China have crossed over 67 million dollars in the first two months of this year.
According to the official data from the General Administration of Customs of China, despite the COVID-19 pandemic, bilateral trade has increased significantly.
Earlier, Adviser to Prime Minister on Commerce and Investment Abdul Razak Dawood had announced via Twitter that China was opening the Khunjrab Border which would help further increase Pakistan’s exports to the country.
He had urged the exporters to take advantage of this opportunity and increase their exports to China.
Earlier, Pakistan and China expressed satisfaction over the progress on CPEC Special Economic Zones, particularly those of Rashakai, Allama Iqbal, Dhabeji and Bostan.
The satisfaction was expressed at the 6th Joint Working Group meeting, co-chaired by Secretary Board of Investment Fareena Mazhar and Director General, National Development and Reform Commission of China, Ying Xiong.
Both sides vowed to take forward the Framework Agreement in a pragmatic manner, which was signed during Prime Minister Imran Khan’s visit to China last month.