Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying said.
The two sides also held discussions on immediate market access for Pakistan's exports as well as the balance of payments support.
China on Wednesday once again declined to quantify the financial assistance it is willing to provide to Pakistan after the just-concluded visit of Prime Minister Imran Khan to Beijing even as it termed his talks with top Chinese leaders "very successful".
"During the visit, several avenues of mutually beneficial collaboration were identified and a number of memoranda of understanding (MoU) were signed between the two sides in the sphere of economic cooperation", it claimed.
A court in northwest Pakistan on Wednesday summoned Prime Minister Imran Khan to appear before it on December 13 in a case filed by the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf chief's rival candidate in the July 25 general elections over his alleged relation with a U.S. national, Sita White. While welcoming Imran Khan, he said, "Pakistan China relations have already been strengthening, and now gained momentum".
The Chinese Foreign Ministry did not give a clear answer when asked about it.
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"Pakistan is China's all weather partner. The relationship has not only benefited the two countries but also the region".
A high-level delegation from Pakistan left for China on Thursday to finalise a potential relief package to inject in the country, sources familiar with the matter said. The fourth is to promote pragmatic cooperation and friendly exchanges.
They also agreed to continue to firmly promote the construction of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor and establish a social and livelihood working group to promote the continuous expansion of the corridor.
"Pakistan has offered China to avail the benefit of the low-priced labour and set up factories here to export goods to other countries", he said as the local delegation requested for Chinese technology to increase production of rice, cotton and citrus fruits.
During Khan's visit, China said it would do its best to help its ally Pakistan "tide over" financial difficulties.