UK eyeing to be key partner of China-Pakistan economic pact


The UK government is eyeing to be a “key partner” of the multi-billion dollar China-Pakistan Economic Corridor and is working on securing British business interests in the project to boost its trade ties post-Brexit. UK international trade minister Greg Hands held a roundtable with leading UK businesses, policy experts and senior representatives of the Chinese and Pakistani governments earlier this week. “The UK is poised to be a key partner of the CPEC,” said an official statement issued here yesterday. The statement said the UK will be hosting a key conference on CPEC in Islamabad in May. “Britain is a…

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