Sustainable development and development in China over the past four periods have given the country a special status in the global budget. The 2007-2008 currency crisis not only strengthened the Chinese economy, but also improved its role and affirmed in world supremacy. Although China began to redefine its role in the 1990s, the war against fear gave it full time to think and develop its policies in friendship with the new world situation. During this period, when the world was involved in the war against terrorism and was hit by financial crises, China increased its trade and international recognition, revised its old relationships and ventured into new associations and friendships. President Xi Jinping first raised the slogan for constructive agreements around the world. South Asia, which is China’s neighbor, has a special significance in improving the agenda of constructive commitments, which is now evident from the active engagement of the Chinese leadership in South Asia. Mr. Xi visited the countries of South Asia and announced large investment packages and programmers to improve trade for them. China has been actively involved in Afghanistan for the construction and development of peace. In line with its defined strategic order, China has begun to work more closely with Pakistan in the areas of new investments and partnerships. The process began a lot in the 90s; however, a joint declaration in this regard was the concrete result after a meeting between President Hu Jintao and President Pervez Musharraf in 2003 in Beijing (Fmprc, 2003). The declaration highlighted areas of cooperation for the future. In 2006, a joint declaration further strengthened cooperation when the free trade agreement (FTA) was signed during President Hu Jintao’s visit to Islamabad in 2006. Little by little the volume of trade between Pakistan and China has expanded to $ 1 billion in 1998 to $ 15.15 billion in 2015 (VANDEWALLE, 2015).