Techopolitika: Pak-Sino R&D Cooperation via CPEC

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article image Throughout history, integration between different regions has been a key element in enhancing economic activity and trade. This cooperation has long been facilitated by the diverse means of research and development (R&D) and technology innovations, such as railways, roads, and water & power systems etc. Technological innovation not only widened the possibilities of cultural and […]…Read More

Pakistan needs industrial cooperation to enhance CPEC

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Several amendments, reform, and frame corresponding policies are needed for Pakistan to advance industrial cooperation, particularly construction of industrial parks to get benefit from CPEC. Liu Zongyi, a senior fellow of Shanghai Institutes for International Studies wrote in an article in Global Times that more coordination across party lines and more governmental efficiency is needed. […]…Read More

Pak-Sino Health Diplomacy: A novel paradigm for CPEC project

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article image The global developments are shifting the nature of human interaction across a wide range of social sphere including the economic, political, cultural, health and environmental. Globalization is driving a world system comprising national economies and societies that are increasingly influenced by factors outside their borders. Contemporary globalization is a driving force behind the rise of […]…Read More

Skilled labor is essential to ripe the benefits of CPEC

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The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) has of high value for both countries Pakistan and China. It is just not beneficial for these two countries but will also benefit the surrounding region. CPEC intend to plan as corridor for peace, prosperity and development. The CPEC is holding a transformational power to impact on the state and […]…Read More

Under CPEC China transferring technology to Pakistan

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China is exchanging its astounding industrial technology to its close neighbor Pakistan under their multi-billion-US-dollars undertaking of China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). The most recent illustration is the primary unit of Port Qasim coal-terminated power plant that uses the world most developed super basic warm innovation, said Yan Zhiyong Chairman of the Power China, the constructor […]…Read More

Pak-China Inter Institutional Collaborations to embellish CPEC


article image The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is paving the way for educational excellence between China and Pakistan with mutual university collaborations, and research think-tanks being established. CPEC is providing study abroad and research opportunities for students of both countries. An essential part of the CPEC is to promote and facilitate institutional collaborations between China and Pakistan. […]…Read More

CPEC promoting technology and skills to Pakistan

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Bilateral cooperation amongst Pakistan and China under China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) would prompt the exchange of technology, information and aptitudes to Pakistan said Minister for Planning and Development Ahsan Iqbal while directing seventh meeting of the Joint Coordination Committee (JCC) of CPEC alongside his Chinese partner. The meeting was held in Islamabad to audit and […]…Read More

KP Government to construct CPEC IT Park

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Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government has decided to construct China Pakistan Economic Corridor Information (CPEC) Technology Park in Peshawar to boost trade, business activities, in addition, creating job opportunities for youth. A provincial government spokesman told Radio Pakistan’s Peshawar correspondent that land for the park has been acquired and construction will be started shortly. Park cost about […]…Read More

CPEC restructuring Pakistan’s economy

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One thing that needs to be addressed in Pakistan is power shortage. Pakistan is in energy crisis despite having vast energy resources especially, coal reserves in Thar, Baluchistan, and Punjab. Pakistan facing an approx. average shortage of 4,000 megawatts so far. Exorbitantly high capital costs to existing hydro resources have distorted hydro-thermal ratio in power […]…Read More

CPEC Consortium of Business Schools

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CPEC Consortium of Business Schools launched under CPEC project in which Pakistan and China have collaborated, announced by HEC (Higher Education Commission of Pakistan) in a 2-day conference held at NUST (National University of Science and Technology). Partnership aimed to increase academic collaboration and contribute to resolving issues related to economics and management in Pakistan […]…Read More