Trade with Pakistan grew 22% y/y to USD 10.6bn in 2011.

By bne IntelliNews February 2, 2012
China's trade with Pakistan grew 22% y/y to USD 10.6bn last year, as compared to USD 8.7bn posted in 2010. As reported by The Press Trust of India Limited, Pakistan's exports to the nation has more than doubled totaling USD 2.12bn during the period, as compared to USD 1bn posted in 2008. Both the nations have set a target for trade worth USD 15bn for the next two to three years.

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