Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani has underlined the need for doubling trade with China from current seven billion dollars to 15 billion dollars in the shortest possible time. Talking to a visiting 100-member Chinese youth delegation, Gilani said 36 projects had been identified for the next Pakistan-China Five Year Development Program (2012-2016). "These include major projects in education, health, energy, Information and Communications Technologies (ICT), transport, agriculture, and water conservancy," Xinhua quoted the prime minister, as saying. He said Pakistan had also set priorities for China's participation in the reconstruction effort in the flood affected areas, agriculture, highway networks, energy and finance and banking. "We will set up a new Energy Cooperation Mechanism which will promote cooperation in conventional, renewable and civil nuclear energy," he added.