China Pakistan Economic Corridor


'China Pakistan Economic Corridor' - 63 News Result(s)

  • Belt And Road Project "Good Choice For India", Says China Ahead Of Event

    Belt And Road Project "Good Choice For India", Says China Ahead Of Event

    China said today that it was bracing to hold the next Wuhan-style summit with India this year despite India's decision to boycott Beijing's second Belt and Road Forum to be held in Beijing next week.

  • Pak Asks China To Remove Big Power Project From Joint Job List: Report

    Pak Asks China To Remove Big Power Project From Joint Job List: Report

    The Pakistan government has decided to shelve a major power project under the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) that was pushed by former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's regime, the Pakistani media reported today.

  • Islamabad Denies US Report On China's Secret Plan To Build Jets In Pakistan

    Islamabad Denies US Report On China's Secret Plan To Build Jets In Pakistan

    Pakistan has said that the so-called 'China-Pakistan Economic Corridor' or 'CPEC' is a bilateral "economic project" between the two nations. India has strongly opposed the so-called 'China-Pakistan Economic Corridor' as it passes through Pakistan-occupied Kashmir.

  • PoK Activists Allege China-Pak Trade Corridor A Pro-Military Project

    PoK Activists Allege China-Pak Trade Corridor A Pro-Military Project

    Activists in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir have come out in protest against the so-called China Pakistan Economic Corridor's actual intention of the trade project, which they alleged was pro-military. The United Kashmir People's National Party or UKPNP led the protests, news agency ANI reported.

  • China, Pak Start Bus Service Through PoK Despite India's Strong Protest

    China, Pak Start Bus Service Through PoK Despite India's Strong Protest

    A private bus service between Lahore in Pakistan and Kashgar in China was launched late on Monday night. The first bus left for Kashgar from the terminal at Lahore's Gulberg area, and will cover the one-way journey in 30 hours. The bus service however, will pass through Pakistan-occupied Kashmir's Gilgit-Baltistan region, which India has strongly p...

  • After Imran Khan Trip, China Backs Pak On Dispute With India, Nuke Group

    After Imran Khan Trip, China Backs Pak On Dispute With India, Nuke Group

    China and Pakistan today agreed to further tighten military cooperation after Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan ended his official talks with the Chinese leadership in Beijing. In a joint statement released as Mr Khan flew to Shanghai, China also came out in support of "Pakistan's efforts for improvement of Pakistan-India relations and for settlem...

  • India Protests Proposed Pak-China Bus Service Via Pak-Occupied Kashmir

    India Protests Proposed Pak-China Bus Service Via Pak-Occupied Kashmir

    India on Wednesday lodged strong protests with Pakistan and China over a bus service scheduled to be launched on Saturday between Lahore and Kashghar, a city in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region in China's far west, through Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK).

  • China, Pak To Start Bus Service Through PoK In November

    China, Pak To Start Bus Service Through PoK In November

    China and Pakistan will launch a new bus service through Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) under the so called 'China-Pakistan Economic Corridor' (CPEC) project, media reports in Pakistan said.

  • As Pak Negotiates IMF Bailout, China Says More Corridor Projects Planned

    As Pak Negotiates IMF Bailout, China Says More Corridor Projects Planned

    China on Tuesday said there will be more projects planned under the $60 billion China-Pakistan Economic Corridor or CPEC project amid concerns over Pakistan's rising debt and a bailout move by the global lender IMF.

  • China Plays Down Reports On Investment Cut By Pakistan In Key Project

    China Plays Down Reports On Investment Cut By Pakistan In Key Project

    China today played down reports of Pakistan's plans to cut down a railway project under the multi-billion dollar so-called 'China-Pakistan Economic Corridor' or 'CPEC' by $2 billion, saying Pakistan's prime minister Imran Khan has assured his support to the various projects under China's flagship Belt and Road Initiative.

  • China's Guarded Response To Pak Bringing Saudi In Trade Corridor Work

    China's Guarded Response To Pak Bringing Saudi In Trade Corridor Work

    China on Monday reacted guardedly to Saudi Arabia's plan to invest in Pakistan, saying it is a "positive factor" if any other party would like to contribute to promote the inter-connectivity and prosperity of the region on the basis of consultation.

  • Pakistan Takes U-Turn On Saudi; Says Riyadh Won't Be Part Of Key Project

    Pakistan Takes U-Turn On Saudi; Says Riyadh Won't Be Part Of Key Project

    In a U-turn, Pakistan has announced that its close ally Saudi Arabia would not join the over-$50 billion so-called 'China-Pakistan Economic Corridor' or 'CPEC', days after Islamabad said Riyadh will be the third "strategic partner" of China's flagship Belt and Road Initiative project.

  • "Poor Country Pakistan" Cuts Chinese Investment In Key Railway Project

    "Poor Country Pakistan" Cuts Chinese Investment In Key Railway Project

    Pakistan has slashed China's investment in its railways by as much as $2 billion citing a massive burden of loans. By doing so, Islamabad has given credence to reports that the new government led by Imran Khan may scrutinise the multi-billion dollar corridor it calls 'CPEC' or 'China-Pakistan Economic Corridor'.

  • Fearing Debt Trap, Pak Rethinks Chinese 'Silk Road' Projects

    Fearing Debt Trap, Pak Rethinks Chinese 'Silk Road' Projects

    After lengthy delays, an $8.2 billion revamp of a colonial-era rail line snaking from the Arabian Sea has become a test of Pakistan's ability to rethink signature Chinese "Silk Road" projects due to debt concerns. The rail megaproject linking the coastal metropolis of Karachi to the northwestern city of Peshawar is China's biggest Belt and Road Ini...

  • Pakistan Army Chief Visits China, To Hold Talks With Top Leadership

    Pakistan Army Chief Visits China, To Hold Talks With Top Leadership

    Pakistan Army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa is in China for talks with the top Chinese leadership and defence officials amid reports that the new government led by Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan wants to renegotiate some of the projects under the multi-billion CPEC.

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'China Pakistan Economic Corridor' - 63 News Result(s)

  • Belt And Road Project "Good Choice For India", Says China Ahead Of Event

    Belt And Road Project "Good Choice For India", Says China Ahead Of Event

    China said today that it was bracing to hold the next Wuhan-style summit with India this year despite India's decision to boycott Beijing's second Belt and Road Forum to be held in Beijing next week.

  • Pak Asks China To Remove Big Power Project From Joint Job List: Report

    Pak Asks China To Remove Big Power Project From Joint Job List: Report

    The Pakistan government has decided to shelve a major power project under the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) that was pushed by former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's regime, the Pakistani media reported today.

  • Islamabad Denies US Report On China's Secret Plan To Build Jets In Pakistan

    Islamabad Denies US Report On China's Secret Plan To Build Jets In Pakistan

    Pakistan has said that the so-called 'China-Pakistan Economic Corridor' or 'CPEC' is a bilateral "economic project" between the two nations. India has strongly opposed the so-called 'China-Pakistan Economic Corridor' as it passes through Pakistan-occupied Kashmir.

  • PoK Activists Allege China-Pak Trade Corridor A Pro-Military Project

    PoK Activists Allege China-Pak Trade Corridor A Pro-Military Project

    Activists in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir have come out in protest against the so-called China Pakistan Economic Corridor's actual intention of the trade project, which they alleged was pro-military. The United Kashmir People's National Party or UKPNP led the protests, news agency ANI reported.

  • China, Pak Start Bus Service Through PoK Despite India's Strong Protest

    China, Pak Start Bus Service Through PoK Despite India's Strong Protest

    A private bus service between Lahore in Pakistan and Kashgar in China was launched late on Monday night. The first bus left for Kashgar from the terminal at Lahore's Gulberg area, and will cover the one-way journey in 30 hours. The bus service however, will pass through Pakistan-occupied Kashmir's Gilgit-Baltistan region, which India has strongly p...

  • After Imran Khan Trip, China Backs Pak On Dispute With India, Nuke Group

    After Imran Khan Trip, China Backs Pak On Dispute With India, Nuke Group

    China and Pakistan today agreed to further tighten military cooperation after Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan ended his official talks with the Chinese leadership in Beijing. In a joint statement released as Mr Khan flew to Shanghai, China also came out in support of "Pakistan's efforts for improvement of Pakistan-India relations and for settlem...

  • India Protests Proposed Pak-China Bus Service Via Pak-Occupied Kashmir

    India Protests Proposed Pak-China Bus Service Via Pak-Occupied Kashmir

    India on Wednesday lodged strong protests with Pakistan and China over a bus service scheduled to be launched on Saturday between Lahore and Kashghar, a city in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region in China's far west, through Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK).

  • China, Pak To Start Bus Service Through PoK In November

    China, Pak To Start Bus Service Through PoK In November

    China and Pakistan will launch a new bus service through Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) under the so called 'China-Pakistan Economic Corridor' (CPEC) project, media reports in Pakistan said.

  • As Pak Negotiates IMF Bailout, China Says More Corridor Projects Planned

    As Pak Negotiates IMF Bailout, China Says More Corridor Projects Planned

    China on Tuesday said there will be more projects planned under the $60 billion China-Pakistan Economic Corridor or CPEC project amid concerns over Pakistan's rising debt and a bailout move by the global lender IMF.

  • China Plays Down Reports On Investment Cut By Pakistan In Key Project

    China Plays Down Reports On Investment Cut By Pakistan In Key Project

    China today played down reports of Pakistan's plans to cut down a railway project under the multi-billion dollar so-called 'China-Pakistan Economic Corridor' or 'CPEC' by $2 billion, saying Pakistan's prime minister Imran Khan has assured his support to the various projects under China's flagship Belt and Road Initiative.

  • China's Guarded Response To Pak Bringing Saudi In Trade Corridor Work

    China's Guarded Response To Pak Bringing Saudi In Trade Corridor Work

    China on Monday reacted guardedly to Saudi Arabia's plan to invest in Pakistan, saying it is a "positive factor" if any other party would like to contribute to promote the inter-connectivity and prosperity of the region on the basis of consultation.

  • Pakistan Takes U-Turn On Saudi; Says Riyadh Won't Be Part Of Key Project

    Pakistan Takes U-Turn On Saudi; Says Riyadh Won't Be Part Of Key Project

    In a U-turn, Pakistan has announced that its close ally Saudi Arabia would not join the over-$50 billion so-called 'China-Pakistan Economic Corridor' or 'CPEC', days after Islamabad said Riyadh will be the third "strategic partner" of China's flagship Belt and Road Initiative project.

  • "Poor Country Pakistan" Cuts Chinese Investment In Key Railway Project

    "Poor Country Pakistan" Cuts Chinese Investment In Key Railway Project

    Pakistan has slashed China's investment in its railways by as much as $2 billion citing a massive burden of loans. By doing so, Islamabad has given credence to reports that the new government led by Imran Khan may scrutinise the multi-billion dollar corridor it calls 'CPEC' or 'China-Pakistan Economic Corridor'.

  • Fearing Debt Trap, Pak Rethinks Chinese 'Silk Road' Projects

    Fearing Debt Trap, Pak Rethinks Chinese 'Silk Road' Projects

    After lengthy delays, an $8.2 billion revamp of a colonial-era rail line snaking from the Arabian Sea has become a test of Pakistan's ability to rethink signature Chinese "Silk Road" projects due to debt concerns. The rail megaproject linking the coastal metropolis of Karachi to the northwestern city of Peshawar is China's biggest Belt and Road Ini...

  • Pakistan Army Chief Visits China, To Hold Talks With Top Leadership

    Pakistan Army Chief Visits China, To Hold Talks With Top Leadership

    Pakistan Army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa is in China for talks with the top Chinese leadership and defence officials amid reports that the new government led by Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan wants to renegotiate some of the projects under the multi-billion CPEC.

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