APP: Pakistan and China friendship car rally today reached Larkana from Bhawalpur via Ghotki and Sukkur district. The rally was warmly welcomed by the Commissioner Larkana division and Deputy Commissioner of the district. The participants of the rally also visited the world heritage site MohenJo Daro.
Zahid Hamid, who spoke on behalf of the commerce minister, said that Pakistan had shared its concerns regarding adverse impact of cheap imports from China on the local industry. He said that both sides were working to find an amicable solution which adequately addressed the
Several Pakistani Banks are planning to expand their businesses overseas particularly to the neighboring Country china to get maximum benefit out of enhanced trade opportunity due to China-Pakistan Economic corridor. United Bank Limited (UBL), Habib Bank Limited (HBL) and National Bank Limited (NBL) all three
Minister for Kashmir Affairs and Gilgit Baltistan Chaudhry Barjees Tahir has said that China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) and the on-going power projects will bring economic turn-around in the Azad Kashmir. In his congratulatory message to the newly elected Prime Minister of AJK, Raja Farooq
Faisalabad: Industrialists in Faisalabad have demanded that flights go directly to China so that the travelers can be facilitated and there could be frequent trips between both the countries. The China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) project has doubled the number of travelers between the two
ISLAMABAD: A group of fifty Pakistani teachers left for Beijing on Friday on Chinese Government’s invitation. This trip was a part of teachers exchange program jointly sponsored by the Chinese embassy in Pakistan, China Culture Centre in Islamabad and Beijing Language and Culture University.
Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif met the Deputy Prime Minister Zhang Gaoli in Beijing and both the leaders discussed how the relationship between the Communist Party of China and Muslim League Pakistan should be enhanced. Galoi said that, “China is fully aware of the importance of
ISLAMABAD, (APP): Chinese Ambassador in Pakistan Sun Weidong on Thursday quashed the rumours of discontent on part of the Chinese government about the multi billion dollar China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), saying that China was “satisfied with the smooth implementation on the corridor”. “China is satisfied
Islamabad: 24 member delegation of the China Highway and Transportation Society which was led by Secretary General Liu Wenjie visited the National Highway Authority (NHA) Head office. The NHA Member Planning Raja Nowsherwan briefed the Chinese delegation, who were currently visiting selected countries on the
Kohat: The Chief Minister Pervez Khattak has said that a railway track from Peshawar to Dera Ismail Khan would be laid under the China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). He added that CPEC would bring a new era of development and prosperity in the country. He