Power projects under CPEC: govt allows security cost - Aaj Tv (press release) (blog)

Federal government has decided to allow one per cent increase in capital cost of power projects falling under the umbrella of China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) as security cost, sources close to Managing Director PPIB told Business Recorder.

Pak-China in talks to have LNG terminal at Gwadar - Pakistan Observer

Islamabad—The experts from China and Pakistan are currently in hectic talks for installing the LNG terminal at Gwadar for 600 MMCFD (million cubic feet gas per day which will be built on government to government basis with the hope that the project ...

Share of Balochistan in CPEC - The Express Tribune

LONDON: Balochistan and its Gwadar port have been the only reason for Chinese interest and investment in the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), providing China with greater connectivity to Central Asia, Africa and Europe. However, Balochistan ...

CPEC gathers critical mass - The Nation

China Pakistan Economic Corridor is the focus of attention for the people of Pakistan because of its rich and far-reaching benefits. The CPEC is part of China's strategic 'One-Belt, One Road' initiative, known as OBOR, which talks about connecting ...

CPEC to bolster civil aviation industry - Pakistan Observer

Islamabad—With the enhanced business and economic activities and establishment of new economic industrial zones in the country under China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), the civil aviation industry would get a significant boost. Under the mega ...

Stay or shift - The News International

The declining exports, home remittances and foreign direct investment (FDI) are making the struggling economy vulnerable; while the slow pace of implementation on China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) can cause problems in achieving the much ...

The road and belt initiative - Pakistan Today

Coming in the backdrop of phenomenal economic progress of China, and the global economic recession of 2008, the Belt and Road initiative of the Chinese President Xi Jin Ping is aimed at building a trade and infrastructure network connecting all of Asia ...

Significance of CPEC - The Express Tribune

In Pakistan, the significance of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is poorly understood. The Straits of Malacca connect China with global trade through an expansive 12,000km sea route. Then, to transport their goods to the Xingjiang region ...

Opportunity and challenge - DAWN.com

THE China-Pakistan Economic Corridor is part of the 'One Road, One Belt' vision expounded by President Xi Jinping to establish close land and maritime links between 60-plus countries across Asia and Europe. This is China's pivot to the West.