CPEC News Summary – November 2020


‘China committed to making CPEC a high quality model project’

As reported in this article, the newly appointed Ambassador of China to Pakistan Nong Rong on Friday said China wanted to build China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) as a high quality model project of the Chinese Belt and Road Initiative (BRI). During a meeting with CPEC Authority Chairman Asim Bajwa, the envoy said China and Pakistan were all-weather strategic partners, and the CPEC is a pilot project of all-round cooperation between the two countries, adding that with the care and support of the top leaders of the two countries, the construction of the CPEC has continuously achieved positive results.

Read More


CPEC rapidly laying foundation for Pakistan’s industrial development: CRI Urdu

The projects implemented under the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), are rapidly laying the foundation for Pakistan’s industrial development and will benefit industrial development in the country, China Radio International (CRI) Urdu commented on Sunday.

“The way in which the CPEC projects have been implemented over the past five years and the results that have emerged show that the purpose of building up CPEC is not to benefit certain areas, but to promote development in Pakistan,” the CRI Urdu said of the progress made in the construction of CPEC projects.

Read More


CPEC & New Value-Additions

The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) has now been blessed with many new value-additions. The appointment of the new Chinese Ambassador to Pakistan H.E. Nong Rong having diversified rich experience of trade and commerce, effective good governance, statehood, people-oriented politics, social development, economic planning, interfaith harmony, community development and above all seeking more and more foreign direct investment (FDIs) is indeed a new value-addition for the further development of the CPEC.

Read More


Pakistan, China successfully complete ‘friendship forest’ in desert of Gwadar

During the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown, the Chinese port operator at Pakistan’s southwest Port of Gwadar focused its attention on forest-planting, and has now successfully completed a friendship forest in a city situated in a desert climate, gifting the city its first ever green park.

Read More


Maritime security has pivotal role with regards to CPEC: Naval Chief

Naval Chief Admiral Amjad Khan Niazi visited installations of Pakistan Navy at the coastal areas. The Naval Chief reviewed the operational preparedness and activities of the naval force at Turbat, Gwadar and Ormara. The admiral highlighted the importance of maritime security of entire coast which has increased manifold in context of the ongoing CPEC projects.

He reaffirmed Pakistan Navy’s resolve to safeguard the maritime boundaries and maritime interests of the nation at all costs and also appreciated the morale, selfless devotion and commitment of the deployed troops to defend the maritime frontiers of the country.

Read More Here and Here


Pak-China school to promote talent for CPEC

Pakistani students of North China Electric Power University (NCEPU) communicated with members of China Huaneng Group Co., Ltd. (CHNG) International Talent Training class at the Training Base. This was aimed at initiating School-enterprise cooperation among Chinese and Pakistani students to provide talents for CPEC, according to a report published by Gwadar Pro on Thursday.

Read More


RCCI CPEC-CARs business conference in Gwadar ends on a high note

A short story that announced  three-day business conference on CPEC Central Asia organized by Rawalpindi Chamber of Commerce and Industry (RCCI) in Gwadar ends on a high note. The moot was organized to explore trade and investment opportunities in Gwadar and to cement trade ties and linkages with Central Asian countries.

Read More


Pakistan Aims To Win Heart, Mind & Conscience In Balochistan As PM Khan Pledges ‘Development’

In a day-long visit to Turbat, Balochistan, PM Khan announced the project that features the construction of 1,100-kilometre roads, skill training to 35,000 youth and expansion of power and gas supply networks. The project will cost 10 billion Pakistani rupees. 

Read More


First Fish Cargo Ship Arrives At Gwadar Seaport

The first international fish cargo ship containing 200 tons of fish has arrived at Gwadar seaport. “Under the directions of the Prime Minister of Pakistan to kick off operations at the Gwadar Port under the umbrella of China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) , Federal board of Revenue (FBR) has taken the initiative which resulted in arrival of the first fish carrier containing 200 Tons of fish from international waters at Gwadar,” a statement issued by FBR.

Read More


China Supports Gwadar Port’s Greater Role In Regional Cooperation On Trade, Goods

Expressing happiness over start of international transit activities at the Gwadar Port, Chinese Foreign Ministry’s Spokesperson Zhao Lijian on Tuesday said that China supported the greater role of the port, an important component of China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) flagship project, in the regional cooperation on trade and goods.”We are glad to see the new progress. We support the Gwadar Port’s greater role in the regional cooperation on trade and goods,” he said during his regular briefing held here. The international transit activities have started with arrival of first fish cargo at the Gwadar port for onward shipment to China. In the coming days, more vessels containing international cargo, including LPG, steel pipes, DAP fertilizer for transit to Afghanistan is scheduled to arrive at the Gwadar Port.

Read More

Share this:

Ready To Invest With CPIC?

Request a callback