CPEC is a development and connectivity project: Pak - Business Standard

CPEC is a development and connectivity project: PakBusiness StandardPakistan today said that the USD 50 billion China-Pakistan Economic Corridor project is for development and it aims at the betterment of the people in the region. The CPEC is a planned network of roads, railways and energy projects linking southern ...and more »

China's global infrastructure plan leaves US on sidelines - The Missoulian

The MissoulianChina's global infrastructure plan leaves US on sidelinesThe MissoulianA construction worker adds the flag of Tanzania to a display of nations participating in a Silk Road Chamber of International Commerce convention in Xi'an, China. The One Belt/One Road initiative could see more than $5 trillion spent on infrastructure ...and more »

India fumes as Bangladesh backs China's Belt and Road Initiative - Daily Pakistan

Daily PakistanIndia fumes as Bangladesh backs China's Belt and Road InitiativeDaily PakistanNEW DELHI – Bangladesh has supported China's One-Belt-One-Road (OBOR) initiative, a day after the Trump administration threw its weight behind India's opposition to the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC).and more »

Former British Prime Minister Brown: 'Don't Underestimate Importance of the New Silk Road' - Executive Intelligence Review (EIR)

Former British Prime Minister Brown: 'Don't Underestimate Importance of the New Silk Road'Executive Intelligence Review (EIR)Oct. 6, 2017 (EIRNS)—Speaking to business leaders and scholars at the Silk Roads Conference in Edinburgh on Oct. 4, former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown described China's Belt and Road trade initiative as "the biggest story in town for the ...and more »

China rejects US objections over CPEC - The Express Tribune

The Express TribuneChina rejects US objections over CPECThe Express TribuneChina has rejected the objections raised by the US over the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) saying that its One Belt, One Road (OBOR) initiative was backed by the UN. “We have repeatedly reiterated that CPEC is an economic cooperation ...and more »

Tread carefully on China's Belt and Road initiative: experts - VietNamNet Bridge

VietNamNet BridgeTread carefully on China's Belt and Road initiative: expertsVietNamNet BridgeNations should look beyond mere economic gains at questions of sovereignty and excessive dependence when considering participation in China's Belt and Road (BRI) initiative, experts said yesterday. Tread carefully on China's Belt and Road initiative: ...and more »

Air China increases flights for Pakistan - Daily Pakistan

Daily PakistanAir China increases flights for PakistanDaily PakistanBEIJING/ISLAMABAD – China's flag carrier Air China has announced to increase its flights for Pakistan on the Beijing-Islamabad-Karachi route. Article continues after the advertisement. The airline has decided to operate seven flights in a week from ...and more »

Foreign secretary in Delhi: Bangladesh supports China's One-Belt-One Road - Dhaka Tribune

Dhaka TribuneForeign secretary in Delhi: Bangladesh supports China's One-Belt-One RoadDhaka TribuneBangladesh has backed China's $4 trillion One-Belt-One Road initiative, also known as the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), after Bangladesh's Foreign Secretary Shahidul Haque explained the need to balance “sovereignty” and “economic integration” during ...and more »

Pakistan, China relation achieved new heights during Sun Weidong tenure - Business Recorder (press release) (blog)

Pakistan, China relation achieved new heights during Sun Weidong tenureBusiness Recorder (press release) (blog)ISLAMABAD: Senator Mushahid Hussain, Chairman, Parliamentary Committee on CPEC Saturday said during tenure of outgoing Chinese Ambassador Sun Weidong, Pakistan-China relation did achieve new heights with CPEC as the focus. The Senator ...and more »

China wants US to recognise Pakistan's efforts to combat terrorism - The Indian Express

The Indian ExpressChina wants US to recognise Pakistan's efforts to combat terrorismThe Indian ExpressUS Defence Secretary James Mattis told a House Armed Services Committee that the US has asked Pakistan to change its behaviour and Washington will "try one more time" to work with Islamabad to end its support for terrorists. 0. Shares. Share.and more »

Pakistan rejects US objection on CPEC route - The News International

The News InternationalPakistan rejects US objection on CPEC routeThe News InternationalISLAMABAD: Senator Mushahid Hussain Syed, Chairman China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) Parliamentary Committee, has strongly rejected US objections on China's 'One Belt, One Road', in which CPEC is flagship project. In response to US ...and more »

Sun Weidong assures China's economic rise will benefit Pakistan - Pakistan Today

Pakistan TodaySun Weidong assures China's economic rise will benefit PakistanPakistan TodayISLAMABAD: Outgoing Chinese Ambassador Sun Weidong on Saturday said that the China's economic rise will immensely benefit Pakistan in achieving its socio-economic agenda and improving the livelihood of the people. He was speaking at a farewell ...and more »

India, Pakistan Should Resolve Kashmir Issue: China - Defence Aviation Post

Defence Aviation PostIndia, Pakistan Should Resolve Kashmir Issue: ChinaDefence Aviation Post“We have repeatedly reiterated that the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is an economic cooperation initiative that is not directed against third parties and has nothing to do with territorial sovereignty disputes and does not affect China's ...and more »

India Cannot Win War against Pakistan, say Indian security experts - Daily Pakistan

Daily PakistanIndia Cannot Win War against Pakistan, say Indian security expertsDaily Pakistan“Let alone China, India cannot even win a war against Pakistan. And this has nothing to do with the possession of nuclear weapons…”, this is how Indian authors Pravin Sawhney and Ghazala Wahab start their recently published book Dragon On Our ...and more »

China rejects US criticism over OBOR passing through Pakistan-occupied Kashmir - Firstpost

FirstpostChina rejects US criticism over OBOR passing through Pakistan-occupied KashmirFirstpostBeijing: Claiming UN support for its controversial One Belt One Road (OBOR) initiative, China on Friday rejected US criticism saying the project has not changed its stand that the Kashmir issue should be resolved by India and Pakistan bilaterally. "We ...and more »

Digest for international stories for week Sep 30 - Oct 6, 2017 - Outlook India

Digest for international stories for week Sep 30 - Oct 6, 2017Outlook IndiaKinshasa: A transport plane chartered by the Congolese army crashed near Kinshasa today, killing at least 11 people, military and airport sources said. Lahore: Mumbai terror attack mastermind Hafiz Saeed has slapped a Rs 100-million defamation notice ...and more »

India Receives Jolt as Bangladesh Supports China's Belt and Road Initiative - Sputnik International

Sputnik InternationalIndia Receives Jolt as Bangladesh Supports China's Belt and Road InitiativeSputnik InternationalIndia views China's Belt and Road Initiative as a challenge to its own economic aspirations, as well as a challenge to its sovereignty. A portion of the project passes through the Kashmir region, part of which is currently held by Pakistan but India ...and more »

US says CPEC passes through disputed territory - Geo News, Pakistan

Geo News, PakistanUS says CPEC passes through disputed territoryGeo News, PakistanThe Trump administration has said it believes the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) passes through disputed territory — an allegation originally levelled by India to thwart the multibillion-dollar project. The $56 billion CPEC passes through ...and more »

The $56 billion Pak-China economic corridor passes through disputed territory: US - Khaama Press (press release) (blog)

Khaama Press (press release) (blog)The $56 billion Pak-China economic corridor passes through disputed territory: USKhaama Press (press release) (blog)The United States has opposed with the establishment of the gigantic economic corridor between Pakistan and China, calling it a 'dictating' move. The US Secretary of Defense James Mattis informed regarding Washington's opposition regarding the Pakistan ...and more »

Part of One Belt One Road passes through 'disputed territory': US Defence Secretary - DunyaNews Pakistan

DunyaNews PakistanPart of One Belt One Road passes through 'disputed territory': US Defence SecretaryDunyaNews PakistanWASHINDTON (Dunya News) – Speaking against China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), United States Defence Secretary James Mattis on Saturday termed the project as controversial. US Defence Secretary James Mattis told the Senate Armed ...and more »