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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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Need Asian IMF

At a time when economic challenges are multiplying on account of external woes and the case for another bailout package is becoming stronger and stronger, there is a need to float an idea that could help Pakistan avoid this disaster that will only add to its chronic indebtedness. For making …

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Misconceptions about CPEC

A flagship of China’s massive One Belt One Road (OBOR) initiative, the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is driven in part by Beijing’s desire to build additional routes for its energy imports from the Middle East and to lessen its dependence on sea routes. For Pakistan, CPEC is an extremely cohesive …

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Hong Kong seeks bigger role in BRI

International demand for “green finance” has experienced strong growth in recent years. As Asia’s financial centre, Hong Kong is eager to become the primary “green” capital market for Beijing’s colossal Belt and Road Initiative (BRI). “In 2018, we have seen over US$6 billion in growth of green bond issues in Hong …

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CPEC: beyond infrastructure

Recently, I came across a very interesting research undertaken by a private sector firm that ranked the 67 Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) countries to assess their attractiveness for investment. The research was based on publicly available data from the IMF, World Bank, UNDP and Transparency International. On this Belt …

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