Islamabad: Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif-led Pakistan government has decided to abolish the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) Authority amid disclosure that Chinese power producers have shut down 1,980 megawatts of production capacity due to non-clearance of their Rs 300 billion dues, media reports said on Friday. more
China, Pakistan discuss extending CPEC to Kabul

Beijing: China and Pakistan, two all-weather allies, have expressed interest in discussing the extension of CPEC (China–Pakistan Economic Corridor) with Kabul authorities, media rep ...

Pakistan-China spat over Belt Road Initiative, may delay CPEC

Islamabad: The annual bilateral summit of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) has been delayed amid serious disagreement between the all-weather ally over the Belt and Road Initia ...

China’s Belt and Road going nowhere fast in Pakistan: Reports

Islamabad: Pakistan's political unrest, foreign debt limits and the Covid-19 pandemic have all conspired to slow Chinese investment in Pakistan, according to a report in Asia Times.

Pakistan Senate questions legal status of CPEC Authority

Islamabad: The Pakistani Senate on Friday questioned the legality of the  China-Pakistan Economic Corridor Authority Ordinance, media reports said.

Pakistan: SECP deletes records of five of six companies owned by Asim Bajwa's family members

Islamabad:  The Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP), the nation's financial regulatory agency, has deleted online records of five of six companies owned by fami ...

Pakistan: CPEC gets Rs 21 bn for 2020-21, experts believe project placed in 'cold storage'

Islamabad: Once it might have been considered as a game changer in Pakistan but the recent attitude towards it did not reflect much positive impression as the Public Sector Development Pr ...

Influence of West placed CPEC in cold storage: Noted Pakistan economist

Islamabad: A noted economist has said Pakistan’s economic policies are being made in Washington and such steps have led to no mentioning of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPE ...

Chabahar Port: Iranian minister invites Pakistan, China to participate in project

Islamabad: Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif on Monday invited Pakistan and China to participate in its Chabahar project, according to Pakistani daily Dawn News.