China and Pakistan are set to conclude another 10 billion dollars' worth of deals, the latest signings on a trade-focused trip to South Asia by Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao. Business leaders are scheduled to formalise the deals -- adding to the 20 billion dollars' worth of deals inked Friday -- at Islamabad's five-star Marriott Hotel. Boosting trade and investment have been the main focus of the first visit in five years by a Chinese premier to the nuclear-armed Muslim nation. Pakistan regards China as its closest ally and the deals are seen locally as incredibly important to a moribund economy, which was dealt a massive blow by catastrophic flooding this year and suffers from sluggish foreign investment.