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No Pakistan-China nuclear deal

Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf has ended a three-day visit to China in which the two sides signed a number of agreements to improve relations. However, they did not, as some observers had expected, finalise a deal for China to help build a nuclear plant in Pakistan. Mr Musharraf’s visit came during signs of growing friendship between China and Pakistan’s arch-rival, India. He has now flown to Seoul for talks with South Korean leaders. President Musharraf’s final day in China focused on talks with Chinese Defence Minister Cao Gangchuan and former President Jiang Zemin. Mr Zemin is now head of China’s Central Military Commission. Full Story

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