BEIJING, Sept. 10 (Xinhua) -- The China and Pakistan free trade zone
service trade agreement will take effect on Oct. 10, the Ministry of Commerce
(MOC) said on Thursday.
It indicated a free trade zone between China and Pakistan would be set up
involving goods trade, service trade and investment, according to the MOC.
The agreement was signed in February this year.
Based on the commitments to the World Trade Organization (WTO),Pakistan
will open 102 sub-departments in 11 service departments and China will open 28
sub-departments in six service departments, according to the agreement.
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