China-Pakistan Free Trade Agreement

EENI- School of International Business

Sub-subject: The Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between China and Pakistan. Syllabus:

  1. Introduction to the Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between China and Pakistan.
  2. Agreement on International Trade in Services.
  3. Certificate of origin of the agreement
  4. Foreign Trade China-Pakistan
Sub-subject “China-Pakistan Agreement (FTA)” is studied...
  1. Masters (e-learning): International Business, Muslims Countries, Pacific, Asia, BRICS Countries, and Economic Relations
  2. Professional Doctorates: Islamic Countries, Asia

Master in International Business for Pakistani students - Chinese students

Languages of study: En 中国和巴基斯坦签署 Es China Fr China Pt China

Sample of the sub-subject: China-Pakistan Free Trade Agreement (FTA)
China-Pakistan Agreement

Sub-Subject Description: China-Pakistan Free Trade Agreement (Asia):

  1. The China-Pakistan Free Trade Agreement (FTA) entered into force in 2007.
  2. In 2009, China and the Islamic Republic of Pakistan signed the Agreement on Trade in Service of the China-Pakistan Free Trade Agreement which would enter into force since 2009.
  3. Under the China-Pakistan Free Trade Agreement, the People's Republic of China and the Islamic Republic of Pakistan will begin to reduce or eliminate tariffs on all export products in two phases from 2007.
  4. China-Pakistan Free Trade Agreement also covers foreign direct investment (FDI), including investment promotion and protection, expropriation, compensation for damages and losses, and dispute settlement.

Foreign Trade China-Pakistan.

  1. The People's Republic of China exported USD 5 billion value of commodities to the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, only USD 1.8 billion.
  2. China is the biggest import sources for the Islamic Republic of Pakistan (his share has augmented from 14 % to 17%).
  3. It ranked third between the top import sources.
  4. Exports of products of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan to the People's Republic of China have augmented by 17.7% annually in the last four years though its share in the Chinese market has decreased from 0.14% to 0.12%.
  5. Share an export mix of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan has augmented from 4.82% to 6.19%.

Agreement China-Pakistan



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