Tag: CPEC

While Pakistan Fears Debt Trap, China Says More Projects Planned Under CPEC

China said on Tuesday there will be more projects planned under the USD 60 billion China-Pakistan Economic Corridor amid

Read More...

Pakistan Rejects Western Media Portrayal Of Economic Corridor With China

Pakistan has rejected Western media's recent reporting on China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), terming it incorrect information based on distorted

Read More...

China Says Different Voices Coming From Pakistan On CPEC; Plays Down Reports On Investment Cut

China on Tuesday played down reports of Pakistan's plans to cut down a railway project under the multi-billion dollar

Read More...

Opinion | Do The China-pakistan Ties Offer India An Opportunity?

Imran Khan’s taking over as Prime Minister of Pakistan introduces several degrees of uncertainty in the China-Pakistan relationship given

Read More...

China Rejects Report About Pakistan’s Rethink On CPEC

China on Tuesday rejected a Financial Times report that Pakistan is mulling to negotiate the terms of the China-Pakistan

Read More...

China And Pakistan Decide To Extend CPEC Towards Afghanistan

China and Pakistan have decided to speed up and extend the USD 50 billion China-Pakistan Economic Corridor towards Afghanistan

Read More...

China Seeks To Delink India Ties And Contentious CPEC

China on Monday sought to delink the contentious economic corridor it’s building through Pakistan-occupied Kashmir from Sino-India ties, saying

Read More...

Nurturing Peace, Stability In Indian Ocean Priority For India’s Foreign Policy: Swaraj

Emphasising the economic importance of the Indian Ocean, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj said nurturing a climate of peace

Read More...

As Part Of CPEC, ‘Chinese Only’ Colony Coming Up In Pakistan

China is building a city for 5,00,000 Chinese nationals at a cost of $150 million in Gwadar as part

Read More...

CPEC In Trouble? Imran Khan’s New Government Preps To Raise Pressure On China

China's 'all-weather' friend Pakistan seems set to be the latest country to promise to review the agreements of projects

Read More...

Mobile Sliding Menu