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    China to continue support for globalization & free trade
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    China to continue support for globalization & free trade

    May 9th, 2017 | by Voice of South Asia
    Muhammad Zamir Assadi Boao, March 25: China has contributed to more than 30 percent of global economic growth by recording 6.7 percent GDP in last year, Chinese Vice Premier Zhang Gaoli said on Saturday at the opening ceremony...
    Sri Lanka -‘Shining Light of Asian Region’ says Kiwi Prime Minister
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    Sri Lanka -‘Shining Light of Asian Region’ says Kiwi Prime Minister

    February 25th, 2016 | by Voice of South Asia
    By Hishan Welmilla COLOMBO: 25 February 2016. Prime Minister of New Zealand John Phillip Key described Sri Lanka as the ‘Shining Light of Asian Region’. He said there are enormous opportunities available in Sri Lanka for New...
    India allows apple imports from Afghanistan via Wagah
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    India allows apple imports from Afghanistan via Wagah

    January 16th, 2016 | by Voice of South Asia
    KABUL: The problem of exporting apples to India through Wagah border has been resolved, with thousands of tonnes of the fruit ready for transportation, the Afghanistan Chamber of Commerce and Industries (ACCI) said on Saturday....
    Pakistan, Sri Lanka ink eight accords of cooperation
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    Pakistan, Sri Lanka ink eight accords of cooperation

    January 5th, 2016 | by Voice of South Asia
    By Hishan Welmilla COLOMBO: Pakistan and Sri Lanka on Tuesday signed eight bilateral instruments in diverse fields including cooperation in trade, financial intelligence, science and technology and healthcare in Colombo today....
    Pakistan, India tensions haven’t hit bilateral trade: Zahid Hussain
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    Pakistan, India tensions haven’t hit bilateral trade: Zahid Hussain

    September 18th, 2015 | by Voice of South Asia
    KARACHI: Tensions between Pakistan and India has damaged strategic stability but hasn’t reduced trade between the two countries which is laudable, a business leader said. Last year, the official trade between two countries was...
    Pakistan’s PM inaugurates newly constructed Pakistan-China friendship tunnels
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    Pakistan’s PM inaugurates newly constructed Pakistan-China friendship tunnels

    September 14th, 2015 | by Voice of South Asia
    Attabad: Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif today inaugurated newly constructed 24-kilometer portion of Karakorum Highway built by China, five years after a massive landslide had destroyed the road. Built with cost of $ 275...
    SAARC countries hold a one-day meeting to discuss regional economy.
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    SAARC countries hold a one-day meeting to discuss regional economy.

    August 26th, 2015 | by Voice of South Asia
    ISLAMABAD (Hanif Ullah): Underlining the importance of further integrating mutual programmes among member countries, the Governing Board of SAARC Agriculture Center Wednesday agreed in principal to exchange new technologies and...
    Peshawar-Jalalabad railroad to boost bilateral trade between Afghanistan and Pakistan
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    Peshawar-Jalalabad railroad to boost bilateral trade between Afghanistan and Pakistan

    August 20th, 2015 | by Voice of South Asia
    BY: Hanif ullah in Pakistan : A railway track, spanning 145 kilometers, from Peshawar to Jalalabad is likely to be laid soon. Authorities are in the process of awarding contract for this ambitious project. Until now, seven...
    USAID contributing $15m to landmark population survey
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    USAID contributing $15m to landmark population survey

    August 20th, 2015 | by Voice of South Asia
    Kabul (by Sayer Zaland ): The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) announced to contribute $15 million to the Afghan government to support completion of a landmark household and population survey. A...
    Bangladesh is fourth largest inland freshwater fish producer: Fisheries minister
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    Bangladesh is fourth largest inland freshwater fish producer: Fisheries minister

    July 28th, 2015 | by Voice of South Asia
    Bangladesh has become the fourth largest inland freshwater fish producer in the world and will soon be meeting its internal demand for fish, Fisheries and Livestock Minister Muhammed Sayedul Hoque has said. “The 16 million...