Dawood Rejects Financial Times News! What’s Inside Story?



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Islamabad is set to review deals concluded under Beijing’s Belt (BRI) and Road Initiative, the Financial Times claimed in a Sunday report. Top government functionaries said the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI)-led government will look into BRI investments and renegotiate a trade agreement inked a decade earlier. The agreement extends unfair advantages to Chinese firms, they said. Khurram Hussain said, “Advisor Trade has been a prominent member of Pakistan’s business community which has apprehensions on Pak-China trade relations. Such as China is benefiting more from the Free Trade Agreement between the two countries.” For more details, watch the video

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  1. Mushtaq Ahmed says:

    I don't know what is this anchor's problem. Some anchors identical to this culprit, r intending to b a stumbling block in the way of PM's working through the fake propaganda. The first hundred days have not yet completed, but, the "N League's" investment don't let them wait and probe incessantly. Bcz, the party want to organize a move against the government hurriedly. As they r feeling self uncomfortable/restless without the government luxuries. As it is indeed clear that habit of same for gets one gradually. Moreover, the anchor is hereby informed with due respect that it is in PM's discretion to let anybody sit in his cabinet meeting in official interest/need.

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