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CHAHBAHAR PROJECT EFFECT OVER CPEC

Iran, a country autonomous of no foreign hegemony, no reliance’s, no debts, with huge natural resource reservoirs, world’s 10th largest steel producer is seen to be rampike with choking sanctions and crippling economy but is seen as a golden egg for the power hegemonic states all over the world like …

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Energy Crisis Under CPEC

As per US government insights, Pakistan’s vitality blend is framed of 64% petroleum products, 27% hydropower and 9% different renewables and atomic force. While Pakistan has solid potential for delivering sustainable power source it is as yet a long way behind the developing nations throughout the world. The immaculate storage …

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Energy Crisis Under CPEC

As per US government insights, Pakistan’s vitality blend is framed of 64% petroleum products, 27% hydropower and 9% different renewables and atomic force. While Pakistan has solid potential for delivering sustainable power source it is as yet a long way behind the developing nations throughout the world. The immaculate storage …

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The Impact of Collaborative Project CPEC on Pakistan

“One Belt and One Road” (OBOR) is the formative procedure of China, declared in October 2013 for the availability and collaboration among the nations. OBOR includes sixty-five nations and will interface Europe, Asia and Africa through “Silk Road Economic Belt” and the “Maritime Silk Road”. This will be win-win circumstance …

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CPEC: A Gateway of Prosperity

As a main project of the Belt and Road Initiative, which focuses on connectivity and cooperation to promote common prosperity, the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor is a win-win proposition for Pakistan and the region. However, the CPEC has faced criticism and negative publicity since its inception from countries that feel threatened …

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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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SPECIAL ECONOMIC ZONES UNDER CPEC

Industrial revolution had initiated in the 18th century but the world had to wait till 1959 to witness the establishment of first modern Special Economic Zones (SEZ) in Shannon, Ireland. As of 2006, International Labor Organization’s (ILO) database reported 3,500 zones in 130 countries and today one can find more …

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