Pakistani president concludes China visit
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SHANGHAI, Jul. 10, 2010 (Xinhua News Agency) -- Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari concluded his five-day working visit to China Saturday evening, after visiting the World Expo in Shanghai.

Zardari visited the Pakistani Pavilion and the Chinese Pavilion, saying that he had seen lots of China' s new development and changes and learned a lot from the Expo.

Shanghai Mayor Han Zheng expressed appreciation for Pakistan' s support to the Expo when meeting with Zardari, hoping that Shanghai would contribute to China-Pakistan economic cooperation.

When addressing an alternative energy forum earlier Saturday, the president said the Pakistan-China cooperation in alternative energy sectors, including the energy of solar, wind and biology, would not only help Pakistan promote economic and social development, but also expand market for the Chinese businesses.

"Such cooperation is conducive to international resources and environmental protection," he said.

Zardari arrived in Shanghai from Beijing Friday afternoon. This was his fifth China tour since taking office in September 2008.

 

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