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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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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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All Pakistan Newspapers Society visiting China

A media delegation of All Pakistan Newspapers Society is visiting China at the moment where journalists of Pakistan and China are to deliberate over increasing cooperation in order to make the success of the CPEC.   Pakistani media took part in a seminar on the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) …

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CPEC is the backbone of OBOR: Ahsan Iqbal

According to a reliable news source, Ahsan Iqbal, Minister of Planning, Development and Reform has said that CPEC is the backbone of One Belt One Road Initiative. The sheer commitment shown from both countries Pakistan and China CPEC is quickly shaping into reality.   These views were expressed by Ahsan …

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A New Silk Road

The Silk Road was established during the Han dynasty, beginning around 130 B.C. Markets and trading posts were strung along a loose skein of thoroughfares that ran from the Greco-Roman metropolis of Antioch, across the Syrian desert, through modern-day Iraq and Iran, to the former Chinese capital of Xian, streamlining …

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