Chinese vice premier to land in Pakistan tomorrow to celebrate a decade of CPEC . Chinese

Chinese vice premier to land in Pakistan tomorrow to celebrate a decade of CPEC . Chinese

Chinese Vice Premier He Lifeng will be arriving in Pakistan on Sunday on a threeday visit during which he will attend a ceremony planned to mark the years of the China Pakistan Economic Corridor CPEC project . The Chinese vice premier will be in Pakistan from July to August at the federal governments invitation to attend the ceremony celebrating a decade of the CPEC as the chief guest .

It added that Lifeng would also hold meetings with Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif and President Dr Arif Alvi during the visit . CPEC is a collection of infrastructure and other projects under construction throughout Pakistan since . Islamabad has so far received .

billion in direct Chinese investment in various transport energy and infrastructure schemes under the flagship connectivity and . infrastructure schemes . The vast initiative is intended to rapidly upgrade Pakistans required infrastructure and strengthen its .

economy by the construction of modern transportation networks numerous energy projects and special economic zones . In November of CPEC became partly operational when Chinese cargo was transported overland to Gwadar port for onward maritime shipment to Africa and West Asia.

In November 2013, CPEC was partly operational . In December 2013, the project became fully operational when it became fully functional when Chinese . cargo was shipped overland for onward Maritime shipment to West Asia for onward shipment to Europe and Africa and South Asia .

In October 2013, it became partly Operated when it was fully Operated in November 2013. In April 2014, it has been fully operational. In October, it was completed. In August 2013, China has completed its operations. In March 2013, Pakistan has received a total of $1.

2 million of Chinese cargo. In July 2013, Islamabad has received an estimated $2.4 million of its cargo was delivered to South Africa.


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