China's Khyber Pass

Bahree, Megha
July 2009
Forbes Asia;7/13/2009, Vol. 5 Issue 12, p18
The article examines the international economic relations between China and Pakistan. It states that China offers the Pakistani government investment in its private sector which in turn the former take advantage of the growth of its economic footprint. It notes that the trade between two countries was able to generate one billion dollars in 2000 to seven billion dollars in 2008 and is expected to hit 15 billion dollars in 2009.


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