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Pakistan's Khan heads to China to seek more aid

Facing fiscal crisis, prime minister keeps options open between Beijing and IMF

Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan this week makes his first trip to China since taking office.   © Reuters

NEW DELHI -- Fresh off securing a $6 billion assistance pledge from Saudi Arabia, Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan will visit China from Friday in hopes of securing additional support to fill a $10 billion funding gap.

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