ISLAMABAD (APP) - Minister for Commerce Makhdoom Amin Fahim Friday said renewal of Pak-Afghan Trade Agreement is under process and hoped its sooner finalization. As soon as it is finalized, we shall inform the House, he said during Question Hour in National Assembly and added, Investment Chapter of the bilateral FTA between Pakistan and China was renegotiated and the amended Protocol was signed on October 15, 2008. Pakistan and China signed a Free Trade Agreement on Trade in Services on February 21, 2009. After the exchange of diplomatic notifications by both sides, the agreement was operationalized on October 10, 2009, he added. The minister said, the full potential of the agreement and its impact on the economy will be realized in due course of time as the agreement is in operation since October 2009. He said Ministry of Commerce does not maintain any database for Pakistans trade with Central Asian states and China through Khunjrab pass. This information may be available with FBR. He said Expo Centre in Punjab has been completed and for Frontier he sought fresh notice from the member. To another question, the minister said, Trading Corporation of Pakistan imports sugar through a laid down process. The government requests us and open tenders are floated and minimum bidder is allotted the tender. To a supplementary question about quality of sugar, he said, specification about sugar quality is given by Ministries of Food and Science and Technology and the Commerce Ministry follows it. About the difference in rate of import, he said, the import price depends on price in international market and mentioned to Sugar Mills in the country and companies from Geneva, Dubai and Singapore from where the government purchased or imported sugar. To another question, the minister said Commercial Attache have been appointed to boost trade and the government regularly monitor their performance.