China is committed to provide scholarship to 20K Pakistani students

China agreed on Tuesday to offer a grant for the solarization of about 10,000 homes in Balochistan, the restoration of five burned-out centers throughout Pakistan, grant scholarships to 20,000 Pakistani students, including two dozen projects under the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor. (CPEC). ) cooperation. According to The Nations news reports,...

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Iran ready to connect Gwadar port with Chabahar Port

Iran has said it is ready to connect Pakistan’s Gwadar port with the port of Chabahar to promote trade and commerce in the region. The proposal was presented by Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif, who met with Pakistan’s military and civilian leaders in Islamabad on Friday. “I have come...

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Property tycoons propose an increase in valuation rates, tax reduction

The tycoons of the real estate sector have proposed to the government to increase the valuation rates with the condition of reducing the tax rates proportionally. According to his estimates, the Federal Revenue Board (FBR) could collect between Rs40 and Rs50 billion annually through this mechanism at a time...

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UAE firms interested to invest in Gwadar

UAE companies are eager to invest in Gwadar, which has gained importance in the framework of the China-Pakistan economic corridor that provides for the connection of the province of western China with the seaport of Balochistan. The Ambassador of the United Arab Emirates, Hamad Obaid, Ibrahim Salem Al-Zaabi, said...

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1 million Trees to be Planted in Gwadar

Additional deputy commissioner Gwadar, Anees Tariq, said on Thursday that 1 million trees would be planted in the Gwadar district under the “Green Pakistan” program. He expressed these views while chairing the meeting held in connection with the Green Pakistan program. Officials from several departments, including the district officer...

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South Korea interested to invest in Balochistan

South Korea’s ambassador to Pakistan, Kwak Sung-Kyu, called Balochistan’s chief minister Jam Kamal to discuss his country’s investment plan in the province. Kamal informed the Korean envoy of the investment potential in the agricultural, fishing, mineral, energy and livestock sectors of Balochistan. “South Korean companies can invest in the...

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