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Published Date: Sep 16, 2014

China acting as stabilising force in region: Kaira

Qamar Zaman Kaira, leader of Pakistan People’s Party (PPP), has said
China is changing the power structure of the world and is acting as a
stabilizing force for the entire region after emerging as a leading
economy because of its constant economic struggle.

Kaira made
these remarks in a debate organised by the Sustainable Development
Policy Institute (SDPI) on Monday on “Changing dynamic power of
structure and role of China”.While talking on the occasion, Kaira said
that China made itself a developed country through its simple lifestyle
and struggle. First they developed themselves then moved forward to lend
a hand to other poor and developing countries, he added.

said Pakistan-China friendship has a glorious past as well as a bright
future and would continue to act as a stabilizing force for the entire
region.China is our time tested friend which supported Pakistan when
other countries refused to help, he said adding it is true that China is
changing power structure of the world.

China is the only
country that developed in a record period due to its constant struggle
and Pakistan should learn from it, he added.He said China is the member
of G20 and this group is the world’s largest group of leading economies,
representing about two-thirds of the world’s population, 85 per cent of
global gross domestic product and over 75 per cent of global trade.

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