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ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan will depart for his official three-day visit to China on Monday (today) to discuss issues of regional and bilateral significance with the Beijing leadership.
The Prime Minister, during his visit, is scheduled to hold separate meetings with Chinese President Xi Jinping and Premier Li Keqiang, Radio Pakistan reported.
The Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan will discuss the expansion of projects under the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) framework besides cooperation in agriculture, industrial and socio-economic sectors.
Khan is also scheduled to address China-Pakistan Business Forum in Beijing. It is to further promote economic and trade exchanges between the two countries. Meeting with Chinese entrepreneurs and heads of different companies is also a part of the trip.
Both the parties will discuss the immediate implementation of Phase-II of China-Pakistan Free Trade Agreement, signed between the two strategic cooperative partners to further enhance bilateral business and trade.
Abolition of quota for all Pakistani agro products like rice, wheat, corn, soybean, sugar and tobacco will also be examined.
PM Khan will be accompanied by an advisor and three federal ministers including Abdul Hafeez Shaikh, Shah Mehmood Qureshi, Shaikh Rasheed Ahmed and Khusro Bakhtiar.
It will be the third visit of Prime Minister Imran Khan to China within a year.