Gwadar Port

Gwadar Port: A double-edged sword for Iran

Gwadar port is located in the province of Baluchistan in Pakistan and on the coast of Arabian Sea. The port’s plan was first established in 1954 when it was owned by the Oman’s kingdom. The distance between Gwadar and Karachi, the main commercial city of Pakistan, is 533 km and the distance to Iran’s border is 120 km. After 200 …

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China

Is China Taking Over The World One Port At a Time?

New research suggests China’s port investments as part of the Belt and Road Initiative are aimed at generating political influence and military presence in the Indo-Pacific for China. Launched in 2013, China’s ambitious Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) has been pegged as a trade masterstroke meant to recreate the ancient Silk Road, facilitating development along the way in a win-win …

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new silk route

Want to own a slice along China’s New Silk Route?

So you have decided to put your money to good use but are confused about investment options? Say no more! We are sure you must be aware of the interest Gwadar real estate has aroused in the foreign and domestic investment markets. Here are all the reasons you too, should be seriously considering the New Silk Route investment avenue: The ‘New Silk Route’ You …

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energy

CPEC energy projects to add 17000MW to power grid

  • CPEC
  • April 7, 2018

Energy projects under China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) would add 17000MW to generation the federal cabinet was informed by the Ministry of Planning, Development and Reforms, headed by Ahsan Iqbal. There is no doubt that the PML-N government has focused on electricity generation and has allocated massive funds from Public Sector Development Programme but as a second priority after road …

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Eiwan

BeachFront Housing Project Eiwan Launched in Gwadar

Oshun Eiwan, Pakistan’s first beachfront housing project is launched in Gwadar. A local company Eiwan has launched this project, catering the real estate & housing societies rising demand in Gwadar due to CPEC. In order to create a ‘resort style living’ society this amazing project is engulfed in between original beaches and carved mountain ranges. As per sources, in 2015 …

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Gaming development

Gaming development outlook along the New Silk Road

Michael Zhu, SVP of International Planning and Analysis for The Innovation Group, delves into the benefits that Chinese President Xi Jinping’s “One Belt and One Road” initiative will bring to Asia’s gaming development industry. PRIOR to the current recovery of Macau’s gaming malaise, stakeholders in the Asian gaming development industry often heard that China’s anti-corruption campaign, which began in the …

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Chinese Interpreters

CPEC Needs 40,000 Chinese Interpreters

The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is part of China’s One Belt, One Road (OBOR) initiative. Known as the New Silk Road, the project currently involves 65 countries, with more expected to join, and caters to more than half of the world’s population needs Chinese interpreters. The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is part of China’s One Belt, One Road (OBOR) initiative. …

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Silk Road Forum

Global Silk Road Forum To Be Held In Astana

Astana will host the Global Silk Road Forum on July 3 to 4, Serik Nugerbekov, director of the International Secretariat G-Global, confirmed during the Kazakhstan and China in the New Epoch of Interaction round table held at the Kazakh Embassy in Beijing last week. The international silk road forum is being held to mark the 5th anniversary of the Belt …

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india

India Must Join CPEC For Optimum Results

Optimum results of China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) could be well achieved by linking it with regional countries, particularly India, Afghanistan, Iran and the Middle East, says a report appeared in the daily Global Times Given the bitterness of India-Pakistan relations, Pakistan neither officially invited India to join nor did Ithey show any interest in the corridor. New Delhi in fact opposed it. Indian opposition comes from its alleged sovereignty …

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Pakistani youth

Pakistani youth is very vital for CPEC success

The Federal Minister for Education and Professional Training Muhammad Baligh Ur Rehman has said the Pakistani youth is very vital for the success of China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) where we need skilled manpower to undertake various roles in the future development projects. “Future of our Pakistani youth is bright due to CPEC,” the minister said while addressing the ground breaking …

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