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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Qatar exploring investment opportunities in Pakistan

The Qatar Investment Authority (QIA) has expressed great interest in investing in Pakistan’s housing, energy, tourism and airport management sectors, reported Radio Pakistan. A meeting was held between Prime Minister Imran Khan and a QIA delegation, led by the Qatar Investment Department and the Head of the QIA Regional...

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Gwadar International Airport 2nd Largest in Pakistan

The new Gwadar International Airport will be the second facility in Pakistan to serve large aircraft, including the world’s largest passenger plane, the Airbus A380. Currently, only the Islamabad International Airport, which opened last year, can serve the A380. Other large airports, including those in Lahore and Karachi, are...

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Development of Gwadar International Airport to complete in three years

The new Gwadar International Airport is expected to be completed within three years. Sources in knowledge of the matter said that the cost of the project was approximately 40 billion rupees. The airport is one of the main projects of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). Gwadar International Airport The...

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Developer of Gwadar terminal plans an IPO for $85 million project

Mega Movers Pakistan is developing Shahdadkot Inland Container Terminal along Gwadar Rato Dero M-8 SICT Expressway will be the largest logistics park in the country to meet the requirements of Gwadar Port. There is not a container terminal around Gwadar, unlike the port of Karachi and the port of...

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Vision 2030 and CPEC — announcing regional prosperity

The development of physical infrastructure, i.e. better roads, ports, roads, airports and other infrastructure elements such as energy, water resources and human capital are important factors that define economic prosperity. It is a universally recognized fact that countries cannot move to the league of developed nations unless they invest...

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