China-Pakistan Economic Corridor is a structure of regional connectivity.CPEC will not only benefit China and Pakistan but will also have a positive impact on Iran, Afghanistan, India, Central Asian Republic, and the whole region. The improvement of geographical interdependence having improved road, rail and air transportation system with frequent and free exchanges of production and people to people contact. It will upgrade the understanding through academic, cultural and regional knowledge. The cultural enterprise, the higher volume of the flow of trade and businesses, producing and moving energy to have more optimal businesses and intensification of the corporation by win-win model will result in well connected, integrated region of a correlative destiny, harmony and development.
CPEC Missions & Visions
CPEC aims to improve the lives of people of Pakistan and China by building an economic corridor promoting reciprocal connectivity, construction, explore potential mutual investment, economic and trade, logistics, and, people to people contact for regional connectivity. It includes:
- IT systems & Integrated Transport includes Road, Rail, Port, Air and Data Communication Channels
- Agricultural Development
- Energy Cooperation
- Spatial Layout, Functional Zones, Industries and Industrial Parks
- Tourism Cooperation & People to People Communication
- Social-Economic Development (Poverty Alleviation, Medical Treatment
- Financial Cooperation
- Human Resource Development
- Education, Water Supply, Vocational Training)
- Cooperation in Livelihood Areas
Importance of CPEC
China-Pakistan Economic Corridor is vital for the development of the region. It can play a pivotal role in the potential areas of collaboration for the development include:
- Regional Connectivity
- Trade & Commerce
- Energy Hub/flows
- Logistic Hub/flows
- Peace & development of region
- Connectivity/Integration of civilizations
- Transport Infrastructure
- Various Investment opportunities
- Industrial Collaboration and Cooperation
CPEC is great opportunity for Pakistan. CPEC connect us to China which is one of the biggest markets. Because of CPEC we are developing Special Economic Zones (SEZs) which invite investment across the globe. China is a huge market and CPEC route will connect China and Pakistan located at strategic position of world
Mr. Xi Jinping
Friendship between China and Pakistan is based on trust and mutual support, and we have been devoted friends through both good and hard times. Our friendship is a pacesetter for amicable relations between countries.
Makhdum Khusro Bakhtyar
CPEC is being developed in a way that it cannot just be a stimulus to our economic growth but also provides Pakistan basis for regional integration, socio economic development, interoperability, harmonized development and effective management of its resources – all of which are in line with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). CPEC is not just an economic project; it has many civilizational, cultural, political and strategic dimensions.
Mr. He Lifeng
The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor is closely related to the Belt and Road Initiative, and therefore requires closer cooperation and greater progress. At sea, the Initiative will focus on jointly building smooth, secure and efficient transport routes connecting major sea ports along the Belt and Road.
CPEC Related News & Updates
PRIME MINISTER’S STATEMENT AT THE LEADERS’ ROUND-TABLE OF THE SECOND BRF IN BEIJING, CHINA On 27 April 2019
Speaking at the Leaders’ Roundtable of the 2nd Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation in Beijing today, Prime Minister Imran Khan highly appreciated the tremendous development of China and the lifting of over 700 million people out of poverty within a short span of 3 decades.
PRIME MINISTER IMRAN KHAN’S MEETING WITH PRESIDENT XI JINPING IN BEIJING, CHINA ON APRIL 28, 2019
Prime Minister Imran Khan held a meeting with President Xi Jinping in Beijing. The two leaders were accompanied by Ministers and senior-level delegations. Reaffirming ‘All-Weather Strategic Cooperative Partnership’ between Pakistan and China, the two leaders exchanged views on the entire gamut
PRIME MINISTER IMRAN KHAN’S MEETING WITH CHINESE PREMIER LI KEQIANG IN BEIJING, CHINA ON APRIL 28, 2019
Prime Minister Imran Khan held a bilateral meeting with Chinese Premier Li Keqiang at the conclusion of the 2nd Belt and Road Forum (BRF) in Beijing. The two Prime Ministers were accompanied by Ministers and senior officials, says a press release received here today from Beijing, China.
CPEC IS A FUSION OF MULTIPLE DEVELOPMENT IN DOMESTIC AND REGIONAL CONTEXT ON APRIL 25,2019.
After successful completion of early harvest phase we are now entering into second phase with focus on industrial cooperation, trade, agriculture and socio-economic development, says Khusro Bakhtyar Beijing, 25 April 2109.Federal Minister for Planning, Development and Reform