Cabinet okays Pak-China economic corridor
ISLAMABAD: The federal cabinet during its meeting on Monday gave approval for the Pak-China economic corridor. Approval was also given along with for starting negotiations with Beijing for importing 1000 megawatts of electricity from China by laying a new transmission line.
The Pak-China Economic Corridor (PCEC) is the country’s biggest road project recently launched by the government. Work on one of the sections of the PCEC was initiated in December last year, under which a motorway from Havelian to Thakot as phase-I of the Islamabad-Raikot section of the corridor would be constructed.
The Havalian to Thakot section of the corridor is being financed by China while other phases will be carried out on the basis of Built Operate and Transfer (BOT).
2 thoughts on “Cabinet okays Pak-China economic corridor”
Local people should establish joint ventures to utilize opportunities locally.
Lets establish basic industry in GB which assist in development and Maintenance of Economic Corridor and Local People should empowered to get jobs.
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