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China and Pakistan signed a number of trade deals worth about $10 billion, Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao said in Isamabad Saturday while addressing the China-Pakistan Business Cooperation Summit, Xinhua reported. The two nations agreed to 20 trade deals covering new energy, agriculture, cotton and non-ferrous metal imports. 据新华社报道,周六,中国总理温家宝在伊斯兰堡出席中巴商务合作峰会时表示,中国和巴基斯坦签署了多个商贸协议,总价值约为100亿美元。两国签署了20个商贸协议,涉及新能源、农业、棉纱进口和有色金属进口多个领域。
Wen, who arrived in Islamabad Friday, urged a boost in the scale of bilateral trade and investment. The China-Pakistan trade volume only accounted for one-tenth of Pakistan's overall foreign trade, he said, voicing his hope that the two-way trade could top 10 billion dollars as soon as possible. "China is ready to work closely with Pakistan to push forward the building of a bilateral free-trade area in an all-round way, and gradually grant zero-tariff status to more Pakistani products," he said.



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