State Policy of China and Pakistan on Economic and Trade Relation from 1958 to 1969
Keywords:China, Institutionalization, Militarism and Economic Development, Pakistan, Trade
Since their existence, China and Pakistan have fought for improved ties between the two nations, which are essential for the two adjacent nations. This article discusses the institutional causes that affected the two countries' relations between 1958 and 1971, when Pakistan's First Military Government was in power, from their lowest point to their turning point. China and Pakistan have firmly established their political mutual trust, economic integration, and people-to-people connection by taking a close look at the key policy systems developed during bilateral political exchanges during this time and the reciprocal promotion of these political systems with bilateral economic, military, and infrastructure construction. In this research article the main focus is on the state policies and strategies of both the countries to maintain the relations between the two countries in the form of politico-strategic pillars, military cooperation, trade and economic aids and socio-economic connections. China Pakistan Economic Corridor is also a result of the long relationship between both the countries which has created a trust between both the nations.
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