China Customs Tariff 2013

March 23, 2013 | By More

Pakistan and China have signed the Free Trade Agreement in 2006 and have now entered into the 2nd phase. The total bilateral trade has crossed the figure of US$ 12 billion in 2012 and it is expected that in next 2-3 years, target of US$ 15 billion shall be achieved.

In 2012, the overall Pak-China trade has increased by 17.6 percent that was US$ 10.6 billion in 2011. The Pakistan’s exports have registered an increase of 48.2 percent that has reached to US$ 3.14 billion. China exports have shown an increase of 9.9 percent touching the figure of US$ 9.2 billion.

The biggest increase in Pakistan exports to China in 2012 has been in textiles and textile articles, vegetable products, ores and mineral products, leather goods and base metals. In the same period China exported main items including machinery and mechanical appliances, textiles and textile products, metals, chemical products, mineral ores, plastic scrap and transport equipment.

Both sides countries could further take advantage of FTA availing the opportunities of joint venture in the field of textile, agriculture, food processing, engineering goods, pharmaceuticals etc.

Here is the China Custom Tariff 2013 for Pakistan under Pakistan China FTA prepared by Dr.Saifuddin Junejo, Commercial Counsellor,

In order to facilitate the business community of Pakistan & China and for the information of general public, Dr.Saifuddin Junejo, Commercial Counsellor, Consulate General of Pakistan, Chengdu, China has prepared the latest version of China Customs Tariff 2013 applicable under Pak – China FTA since 2010.

Posted by: Majid Shabbir
Secretary General, Islamabad Chamber of Commerce & Industry
Moderator: Business Support Organization Forum

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