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BUILDING MOTORWAYS THROUGH CHINA-PAKISTAN ECONOMIC CORRIDOR

Pakistan and China have signed a multifaceted China-Pakistan Economic Corridor project, with relations between the two countries continuing to be minimal. CPEC is seen as the cornerstone of Pakistan’s foreign policy when it comes to maintaining relations with China. However, relations between the two countries are spread through a variety …

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CPEC IS A WIN FOR PAKISTAN’S ECONOMY AND REGIONAL COOPERATION

“One Belt and One Lane” (OBOR) is China’s formative process, announced in October 2013 for availability and cooperation between nations. Via the “Silk Road Economic Belt” and the “Maritime Silk Road,” OBOR is made up of sixty-five nations and will connect Europe, Asia and Africa. This will be a win-win …

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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 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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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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