CPEC Project Contributing To Increase Private Investment In Pakistan

WASHINGTON, June 5( APP): The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor infrastructure projects and a stable macroeconomic environment is contributing to an increase in private investment in Pakistan, a latest World Bank report said, forecasting the economic growth to remain strong. According to the World Bank’s June 2017

Seafood Exports Increase By 17.08% During 10 Months

ISLAMABAD : The exports of fish and fish preparations from the country witnessed increase of 17.08 percent during the first ten months of the current fiscal year as compared to the corresponding period of last year. The fish exports during July-April (2016-17) were recorded at

Pak-India Likely To Improve Bilateral Relations After Joining SCO: China

BEIJING, June 1 (APP): China Thursday hoped that Pakistan and India, after becoming the full members of Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) during upcoming Astana Summit, would strictly follow the idea of good neighborliness and improve their bilateral relations by upholding the Shanghai spirit. “We hope,

CPEC: Pakistan Wins War Against India Without Even Starting One

CPEC could fuel political tensions between Pakistan and India over the Kashmir issue and lead to more political instability, the the United Nation’s regional development artery warns. A new report issued by the UN’s Economic and Social Commission for Asia Pacific (ESCAP) suggests that the

CPEC May Further Ignite India-Pakistan Tension: UN Report

A UN report has stated concerns that the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor may create more tension between India and Pakistan. The report titled ‘The Belt and Road Initiative and the Role of Escap’ was released by the UN’s Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the

Experts Term CPEC Game Changer

LAHORE, May 20 (APP): Renownwd experts and anaylysts on Saturday said the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) project would be a game changer in the context of regional geo-economic and political realities. Renowned analyst on Contemporary Politics & International Relations Dr Saad S khan, talking to

Blackstone, Saudi Fund To Invest $40 Bln In US Infrastructure

WASHINGTON: US asset management giant Blackstone and Saudi Arabia’s main sovereign wealth fund announced Saturday they are launching a US$40 billion investment vehicle to finance infrastructure renovation in the United States. The announcement comes as President Donald Trump, who has promised to invest US$1 trillion in

Scientists Decide To Bury 5,000-Year-Old Lost City In Pakistan

Mohenjo Daro is threatened by the baking temperatures of the Indus Valley and the threat from tourists and terrorists Archaeologists are trying to save the remains of a nearly 5,000-year-old city in Pakistan by burying it again. The buried city, known as Mohenjo Daro or

Pakistan To Build Massive Dams For Abundant Water And Power

China and Pakistan have agreed to finance and build two mega dams in Gilgit-Baltistan region of Pakistan. A memorandum of understanding (MoU) for this development was signed by the leaders of the two countries on the sidelines of the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) summit

SEDPL Brings 50MW Wind Power Project Online in Sindh

Sachal Energy Development (Pvt.) Ltd. ( SEDPL), a wholly owned subsidiary of of Arif Habib Corporation Limited, has achieved its Commercial Operations for 49.5 MV Wind Energy Project on 11th April 2017. In a notification to the Pakistan Stock exchange, the company secretary confirmed that