Tag Archives: Cooperation

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CPEC On Track With First Train From China To Pakistan

China and Pakistan have launched a direct rail and sea freight service, with the first cargo train departing from Yunnan, an inland province in southwest China. A cargo train loaded with 500 tonnes of commodities left Kunming, capital of Yunnan, for Karachi, marking the opening of the new route,

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Pak-China Discuss Cooperation In Cold Water Fish Production, Bio- Energy

A six members Chinese delegation including fishery scientists and engineers from Gansu Fishery Research Institute (GFRI) Lanzhou, China visited Pakistan Agricultural Research Council (PARC) Headquarters here on Thursday. The delegation discussed cooperation between China and Pakistan in cold water fish production and bio-energy. The delegation was

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Chinese Language Centre to be set up at GCWU

A Chinese language centre will be established in Government College for Women University (GCWU) Faisalabad with the collaboration of Lanzhou University China. In this connection, a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) has also been inked between GCWU and Lanzhou University on Wednesday. Vice Chancellor GCWU Prof

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Pak-China Agree To Collaborate In Tea Research

  Pakistan Agriculture Research Council (PARC) and Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences here on Friday agreed for exchanging tea germplasm to promote the tea production. The agreement to this effect was made in a meeting of Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences and PARC, said a statement. A Chinese delegation

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KPK Govt Should Not Use CPEC For Political Gains: Ahsan

Federal Minister for Planning, Development and Reforms, Prof. Ahsan Iqbal Monday said that KPK government should not use CPEC (China Pakistan Economic Corridor) for its political mileages. Talking to media persons after addressing a two-day business conference and exhibition organized by University of Management and Technology (UMT) here

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PTI Decision To Take CPEC To Courts Illogical: Constitutional Experts

Senior lawyers and politicians here Monday said the decision of Pakistan Tahrik e Insaf (PTI) provincial government to take the issue of China-Pakistan-Economic Corridor (CPEC) to courts was illogical and irrational, saying unnecessary litigations might affect foreign investment in Khyber Pakthunkhwa. Senior lawyer and constitutional expert,