Trade Adviser to Prime Minister Abdul Razaq Daood has said, China has given access to 313 Pakistani productions to its market.
Talking to the media in Islamabad, he said, a free trade agreement with China will be signed on April 28 in Beijing.
He said, 313 Pakistani productions were given the duty free access to the market.
He said, this duty exemption is given not only to the textile products but also to chemical, engineering, footwear, plastic and food items also.
He said, the local industry is given priority in this free trade agreement and Pakistan’s local industries will have complete safety.
The products import to China is $40 million.
The trade adviser said, 1700 Chinese products are kept in sensitive list.
If the domestic industry suffers loss, safeguard will be used.
He said, the exporters should get benefit from the trade agreement with China.