China and Pakistan concluded another 10 billion dollars' worth of deals on December 18, as Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao said Beijing would “never give up” on Pakistan.

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jaam
December 19, 2010 9:15 pm
the smile on the face of Mr. Wen Jiabao and the confidenc on the face of Mr. Gillani tell the story of poisitivity in the relationship of China and Pakistan. long live china,long live pak and go with hand in hand in years to come. best wishes
Irfan Baluch
December 20, 2010 11:27 pm
God bless China & Pakistan. May our friendship continue to grow and prosper --in civilian economic as well as military sectors.
M. Asghar
December 21, 2010 12:11 am
All the signs are positive in this China-Pakistan festival. However, the country has to make un unrelentless effort to merit it and move forwards in total clarity and dedidcation.
Zahid Hussain
December 21, 2010 9:22 pm
Friendship with China was promoted by people who were termed as communists in Pakistan. The Great names of patriots The Surhadi Ghandhi, GM Syed, Maulana Bhashani and his party. All those leaders were hunted down to please SEATO, CENTO. Thank God Chinese stood fast and are still committed. Long Live Friendship between People of Pakistan and People and leaders of China.
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