HUB, (APP): Federal Minister for Planning and Development Ahsan Iqbal Tuesday said that energy crisis in the country is going to end soon due to the effective and fast-track measures taken by the present government. Addressing the ground-breaking ceremony of two 660-megawatts coal-fired power plants of the China
ISLAMABAD (APP): Minister for Planning and Development Chaudhry Ahsan Iqbal on Tuesday informed the Senate that majority of the workers engaged for China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) projects were Pakistanis. Answering a question during Question Hour, the minister rejected the impression that CPEC projects were
ISLAMABAD, (APP): Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) Chief Minister Pervez Khattak Friday said CPEC would generate massive employment opportunities in province. Talking to Radio Pakistan, Pervez Khattak further said, China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) would bring positive changes in the entire region. Chief minister said provincial government had signed
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ISLAMABAD, (APP): Chinese companies are in talks to snap up more businesses and land in Pakistan after sealing two major deals in recent months, a sign of deepening ties after Beijing vowed to plough $57 billion into a new trade route across the South Asian nation. A dozen executives
Member Development and Communication, of Planning Commission, Dr.Zubair Iqbal Ghauri Tuesday said that CPEC project would provide employment opportunity to over 700,000 people. In an interview with Radio Pakistan, he said that China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) project was not only confined to building roads but
Trump gives Modi a major headache as job loss due to “America First” will compound India’s plummeting job generation capability. NEW DELHI (Sputnik) — US President Donald Trump’s inaugural speech delivered a big shock to India’s $150 billion IT industry. It may bleed heavily if the US acts