CPEC is a fusion of China's vision "One Belt and One Road" as well Pakistan's vision 2025. CPEC will allow Pakistan to become a trade zone between Asia, South Asia and Central Asia. Attracting major countries will allow Pakistan for better opportunities and Jobs in CPEC. CPEC offers four major development components (i) Energy Projects (ii) Infrastructure Projects (iii) Gwadar Port (iv) Industrial and Economic Zones....Read More →
The Gwadar port is located on the southwestern coast of Pakistan in Baluchistan province. It is a 600km long coastal belt with beaches and bays. Gwadar's deep sea port potential was noted in 1952 and it was purchased from Oman in 1958, after 200 years of Omani rule. Gwadar is located near to the Persian and Arabian Gulf and Strait of Hormuz. China- Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is a bilateral project between Pakistan and China to trade and integrate the countries of the region. Indeed, CPEC is the important regional component of "One Belt One Road" initiative by China. CPEC was launched on April 20, 2015, when Chinese president and Xi Jinping and Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif . . . . . . . . . .Read More →
Gwadar, one of the deepest sea ports in the world. Gwadar will prove to be the busiest center for import and export, connecting three main continents; Asia, Europe and Africa. So it has attained the status of key strategic and commercial sea port!