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China widely welcomed investments into Pakistan’s SEZs

China widely welcomed investments into Pakistan's SEZs

China has welcomed investment into Pakistan’s Special Economic Zones (SEZs) from other countries. While speaking at the “Dialogue on Industrial Cooperation under CPEC and SEZs Framework” organized by the Board of Investment last week, China’s Ambassador in Pakistan Yao Jing said that the Chinese …

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Gwadar Port starts handling transit cargo

Gwadar Port starts handling transit cargo

The beginning of Afghan Transit Trade from Gwadar Port marks the conversion of Gwadar into a regional hub port. Last week, a ship carrying first consignment of fertilizer for Afghanistan anchored at Gwadar Port in Balochistan. The port already has …

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Gwadar port takes first step towards success

The Gwadar port in Balochistan ultimately went operational for export this month. This was the great news for the country’s economic jubilation in the year-end bearing future prospect. With a functional Gwadar port, the burden on the Karachi port will …

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Revival of tourism activities in Pakistan

Revival of tourism activities in Pakistan

Reportedly, tourism has grown faster than the global economy for the eighth consecutive year. It is estimated that more than a billion people travel internationally, with around half of these journeys destined to developing countries. Pakistan is uniquely placed to …

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Gwadar – an emerging tourist attraction

Gwadar – an emerging tourist attraction

Private sector initiatives impressive projects towards coastal tourism Tourism is the most important and fastest growing economic activity occurring in the sea. According to the international surveys and statistics, domestic tourism means local visitors, represents 71.2% of all tourism spending …

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Cement industry – an economic catalyst

Cement industry – an economic catalyst

The importance of the construction industry in boosting the economy is globally tested and accepted. The increase or decrease in the sales of the cement is typically used as an indicator to judge the economic activity and employment conditions in …

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