Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has said China Pakistan Economic Corridor is an integral part of One Belt, One Road. Talking to media persons on board, he said that One Belt, One Road is testimony of visionary leadership of China and attracting the entire world. He said that Pakistan Stock Exchange is at its highest level first time in the history and huge investment is being made in Pakistan. Prime Minister said that CPEC is an unprecedented project of history. He said network of highways and motorways is being laid across the country. He said journey of development is underway from Quetta to Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. He said that we should give value to economic development in the country. The Prime Minister said peace is key to developments of countries and without peace and tranquility development is impossible. He said that all ongoing projects including motorways will bring revolution in the country. 

Host: Dr Umar

Co Hosr: Fauzia Shahid

Analysts on Telephone:

Dr. Alia H. Khan (Economist)

People of the member countries have much more expectations from China Pakistan Economic Corridor. Transparency in this mega project should be ensured. Many short and long-term projects are underway through this game changer project. We must expect a win-win situation in this project despite of the fact that there is big difference in economies of Pakistan and China. China’s people are more competitive and skilled and Pakistan should also focus on skill based training of its masses.

Dr. Abid Qayyum Sulehri (Economist)

It will help maintain peace if all the countries in the region join China Pakistan Economic Corridor project. India and China have good bilateral relations despite of the border differences between the two countries. India is making all out efforts to sabotage this project that is ridicules. Pakistan should give priority to motivate and facilitate the local investors as well. To maintain a win-win situation both China and Pakistan should improve coordination and communication  and enhance business to business relation between the two countries.


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