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Tag Archives: “CPEC and Pakistan Economy: An appraisal”

Government Vows Greater Transparency in Second Phase of CPEC

CPEC Authority Chairman and Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Information retired Lt Gen Asim Bajwa said the Phase-II of CPEC would be started after “full preparation and in an institutional manner”, while ensuring “full transparency”. He was speaking at the signing ceremony of business cooperation agreements between leading Chinese …

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CPEC a Debt Reliever, Not a ‘Debt Trap’ for Pakistan

The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, as part of the Belt and Road Initiative, has been making remarkable progress, yet some countries and observers are trying to belittle its enormous potential benefits by labeling it a “debt trap”. Since the CPEC is entering the next phase of its development, those opposed to …

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An unstoppable rise to collaborative economy

The sharing economy is a socio-economic ecosystem built around the sharing of human, physical and intellectual resources. It includes the shared creation, production, distribution, trade and consumption of goods and services by different people and organizations. Whilst the sharing economy is currently in its infancy, known most notably as a …

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CPEC: Reshaping Pakistan’s Railway

Pakistan railway is inefficient with several problems that affect both passengers and the freight sector. There are copious reasons for such a dilapidated railway network and makes one wonders as to what and how could be the possible reasons for such a run-down railway system, especially when other countries with …

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WHY DOES INDIA RUN COUNTER TO CPEC?

China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), a pilot project of “Belt and Road Initiative” (BRI) which is based on the vision of economic prosperity through connectivity, inclusivity and a win-win for Pakistan and beyond. Since CPEC’s inception, it has been confronted by “hyped” antagonism through the introduction and infusion of negative narratives …

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