Chinese President Hu Jintao has completed his visit to Pakistan without inking the large nuclear power plant deal that some people expected, but there was little indication during the visit that already existing Chinese-Pakistani nuclear cooperation will slow down. In fact, there are many reasons to expect that the atomic business arrangements will grow substantially in the future. You can find an excellent article about the agreements actually made and those that are implied by reading Sudha Ramachandran’s 28 Nov 2006 Asian Times article titled Good deals, but no nukes for Pakistan
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