The recent visit of Prime Minister Imran Khan to Beijing in the first week of November has further heightened the brotherly relations between Pakistan and China. President Xi Jinping appreciated Prime Minister Khan’s firm resolve to introduce economic and
PM Imran Khan’s recent visit to China has offered new avenues to extend the scope of China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). The corridor is a harbinger of
The Centre of Excellence for CPEC is pleased to share its achievement, which is the “CPEC Communication Award-2018” that has been won by Dr. Saleem Janjua- Policy Head and Ms. Numra Asif- Research Assistant, Urban Development Division of CoE-CPEC
Forman Christian College in collaboration with the Centre of Excellence CPEC convened Women Entrepreneurship Fiesta. Executive Director Centre of Excellence CPEC presented his views on “Role of Women Entrepreneurship in CPEC”.
Travel and Tourism (T&T) sector is considered substantial to foster socio-economic activity. Growth of T&T sector generates both the direct,indirect and induced impacts like employment opportunities so its total contribution in terms of economic and social prospects is tremendous.
Yet again, terror returned on the 23rd November with two attacks by militants with a resurrection of turmoil and paranoia just about when the peace prevailed, and the breadwinners of the country started wheeling well with their days and
China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is an ongoing mega development project which aims to connect Gwadar port of Pakistan to China’s northwestern region of Xinjiang via a network of highways, railways and pipelines. The economic corridor is considered central
Pakistan Institute for Development Economics (PIDE), Al-Aman Holding and the Centre of Excellence, China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) jointly organized Round Table Conference (RTC) on Reforming the State-Owned Enterprises of Pakistan-Learning from China & BRI Countries. Propose to convene
China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is an ongoing mega development project which aims to connect Gwadar port of Pakistan to China’s northwestern region of Xinjiang via a network of highways, railways and pipelines. The economic corridor is considered central to
Transport-related problems in mega cities of Pakistan have significantly increased in recent decades. Traffic congestion contributes to increased air and noise pollution, health problems, high accident rates, and environmental degradation. It has also meant declining living standards, as to