The China-Pakistan Free Trade Agreement is an important free trade agreement signed between the People`s Republic of China and Pakistan.     It was completed in 2006 and entered into force in July 2007. – Asia-Pacific countries sign world`s largest free trade agreement – DW (German) – Pakistan highlights promotion of regional free trade agreements between Carc countries – The Nation The 11th meeting of the 2nd phase of the negotiations of the China-Pakistan Free Trade Agreement was held in Beijing on April 9. China`s Vice Minister of Commerce and Vice Representative for International Trade Wang Shouwen met with delegations led by Pakistan`s Minister of Commerce Sukhera and Finance Minister Dagha, respectively. The two sides held extensive consultations on issues such as tariff reduction on trade in goods, investment and customs cooperation and made positive progress. .