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Sustainable Infrastructure and Connectivity in the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI): a stimulating China-EU dialogue at European Business Summit 2018

On the first day of the European Business Summit in Brussels and after the enlightening speech by HE Mr Zhang Ming, Ambassador of the Chinese Mission to the European Union, a panel of distinguished EU and Chinese stakeholders discussed about the Sustainable Infrastructure and Connectivity of the Belt and Road …

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China plans to introduce electric cars in Pakistan

According to the latest news, JAC Motors, a Chinese automobile company is planning to introduce electric cars in Pakistan. The Deputy Chief Economic Manager David Zhang verfied this news and also showed confidence in Pakistan’s present  situation. JAC Motors is confident that the economy of the country is thriving now …

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China offering new loans to Pakistan

Pakistan is about to get new Chinese loan of $1-2 billion dollars which will make it total of $5 billion loan in fiscal year ending in June. It indicates that Pakistan is increasing its reliance on China to tackle balance of payments issues after USA has cut down its aid …

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AIOU working to making CPEC an educational corridor

According to the latest report, to support government’s efforts to develop educational corridor as part of CPEC, Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) is planning to give educational support to CPEC, said Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Shahid Siddiqui. AIOU is currently working with 5 Chinese universities to set up Chinese Language …

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CPEC’s largest superhighway is becoming reality

Pakistan’s Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi inaugurated the 33-km motorway from Multan to Shujaabad city for public on Saturday. This section is the part of 392km Multan-Sukkur Motorway. This superhighway is the largest transport infrastructure under CPEC which will connect the country’s southern port city of Karachi with northwestern city …

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