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Turkey invited to join CPEC

Speaker National Assembly Asad Qaiser has invited Turkish Ambassador to Pakistan H.E Ihsan Mustafa Yurdakul at Parliament House to discuss the friendly and historical relations between two countries. The Speaker of National Assembly has said that heart of the people of Pakistan and Turkey beat together and both brotherly Muslims countries has always stood together in the times of need. Both …

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PM Imran Khan’s Key Address at China International Import Expo

Prime Minister Imran Khan who is on a five-day visit to China addressed at China’s first import Expo which held in Shanghai this year. Imran Khan highlighted Pakistan’s export potential and applauded the multi-billion dollar project CPEC stating that Pakistan China Economic corridor was a vital link for both the …

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Pak-China Latest Agreements for the Benefit of Pakistan

As Prime Minister Imran Khan has visited the China, the exchange of great bilateral relation took place in very friendly manners which came up with bundles of benefits for Pakistan. Prime Minister Imran Khan signed on Saturday 15 agreements and memorandums of understanding between China and Pakistan for cooperation in various …

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Pakistan-China bus service to be launched on November 13 under CPEC

According to media reports, a new bus service will be launched between Pakistan and China under the flagship China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) project to facilitate easier travel between the two countries. The $50 billion CPEC, launched in 2015, is a planned network of roads, railways and energy projects linking China’s …

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Pakistan Agriculture under CPEC

The recent inclusion of the agriculture sector in the long term plan of China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) provides Pakistan an opportunity to significantly reduce its huge trade deficit of around $9 billion with China by exporting more value added agriculture products to tap China’s growing demand of food commodities. Under the project, …

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CPEC will Benefit the People of GB: President Dr Arif Alvi

President for Islamic Republic of Pakistan Dr Arif Alvi on his four-day visit to Gilgit Baltistan, spoke to the media on his arrival. He assured the people of Gilgit Baltistan that they would get maximum benefits from the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC ) as this region is an important part …

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NHA to build Gilgit-Shandoor road to provide alternate route to CPEC

National Highway Authority (NHA) has planned to build a 216 kilometre Gilgit-Shandoor Road to provide an alternate route to China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). An official of NHA said that project forming part of the Gilgit-Shandoor-Chitral road would provide an alternative route to the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). He said that …

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Role of Women in CPEC

The 6th monograph, titled “Role of Women in CPEC,” was organized by Pakistan-China Institute (PCI) in collaboration with Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS), at the Pakistan Institute of Parliamentary Services (PIPS), on the 22nd of October where Dr Shireen Mazari, the Federal Minister for Human Rights has embraced the occasion as Chief Guest. The inaugural …

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France Interest in CPEC Projects

The French Ambassador to Pakistan Marc Barety on Friday said his country supported the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) at a time when it is facing stiff opposition from many major nations. He mentioned France is prepared to invest in the subsequent phases of China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) project, provided …

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China Consecrate to Fight Indo-US Propaganda Against CPEC

A group of senior Pakistani editors and television anchors visited China recently on an invitation of an organisation ‘Understanding China Better’. The delegation is headed by Dr Zaffaruddin Mahmood, a retired diplomat who spent two-third of his life in China. Having a discussion with the Pakistani delegation Deputy Secretary General of the Communist …

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