Federal government has planned to establish about 29 Special Economic Zones (SEZs) in all of the four provinces under China-Pakistan Economic Corridor in order to promote business activities
German ambassador to Pakistan Ms Ina Lepel expressed her views on the potential of Pakistani youth in Geo TV’s program Geo Pakistan.
The door to economic opportunities has finally opened for Pakistan as German investors are keen to initiate business in Pakistan and participate in China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC).
Members of the Khyber Pakhtunkhawa Assembly along with some other dignitaries visited the Island this week.
In the midst of all the negativity, Pakistan has finally something to cherish over. World Bank has announced that Pakistan’s economy is set to accelerate by 5.4 percent in the coming years.
Saudia Arabia, Qatar and Azerbaijan have shown an interest in buying JF-17 Thunder and Mashshak. The Mashshak aircraft is already in service with Saudi Arabia, Oman, Iran and South Africa.
Federal minister for Planning and Development announced that over 10,000 Pakistani scholars would be facilitated to secure admission in top US universities under Pak-US knowledge corridor.
Joint military exercises were held between Chinese and Pakistani forces in order to strengthen both sides and increase cooperation to fight terrorism in the region.
The Economic Coordination Committee(ECC) has allowed Kuwait Petroleum Corporation to setup an oil refinery in the coastal areas of Baluchistan, enabling Pakistan to reduce the import of refined petroleum products.
French car manufacturer Renault which is a big player in automobile industry, has agreed to start assembling cars in Pakistan by year 2018.
Turkish household appliances manufacturer Arçelik acquired Pakistan’s leading brand Dawlance after a major investment of $243.2 million according to an official statement issued by the company.
Over a hundred containers arrived at the Sust Port, Hunza on Monday, initiating economic activity under CPEC.