Belt and Road offers opportunity to make individual dreams come true

Xu Yao, manager of the Infrastructure Department of Gwadar Free Zone Company Ltd. of China Overseas Ports Holding Company, inspects the port of Gwadar in Gwadar, Pakistan, on November 13, 2016. The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) of 3,000 kilometers, which along the corridor, from Kashgar in the Uygur Autonomous...

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Pakistan will sign FTA with China to reduce trade shortfall

Pakistan’s federal cabinet on Tuesday approved a draft of the Free Trade Agreement (FTA) to be signed with China during the upcoming four-day visit to Beijing by Prime Minister Imran Khan, said the prime minister’s special information and broadcasting assistant. Dr. Firdous Ashiq Awan. The aim of the measure...

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China will invest $1.3 billion in BRI states for 2027

Dr. Zhang Yifeng, a Chinese scholar, said Friday that China intends to invest $ 1.3 billion in member states of the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) by 2027, which would become the largest investment of any state to help promote regional and trans regional connectivity. Commerce. China plans to...

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Two International Cricket Stadiums to develop in Gwadar

Senate President Sadiq Sanjrani said on Tuesday that two international cricket stadiums will be develop with the collaboration of the Chinese government in Gwadar and Quetta to provide the best sports facilities to talented young people in Balochistan. During a meeting with the delegation of Chagai Cricket Club players...

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Gwadar will be linked with Central Railway System

The port city of Pakistan, Gwadar, would be connected to the central railways to facilitate connectivity and obtain the maximum benefits of trade under the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, worth billions of dollars. Officials of the Pakistan Railways reported on Friday to the Senate subcommittee on the projects of the...

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CPEC in 2020

At the beginning of next year will be marked the completion of the most anticipated routes in the west and east of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor. These two routes will eventually connect the deep-water port of Gwadar with the Chinese border. The eastern route will proceed by the coastal...

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