Zong 4G says two bundles launched to make international calls to China more convenient.
The PTI government is expecting this year to be the year of economic recovery.
Opposition terms setting up the authority through a presidential ordinance an "illegal" move.
Ignoring economic compulsions, the West detests Pakistan drifting closer to China.
Bilawal refers to the premier as a puppet but is "unaware of the puppets within his own party", says Firdous Ashiq Awan.
Officials tell CM Chinese firm, EZDMC set to finalise the accord.
No allocations in next budget for unapproved projects, Asad Umar tells Senate committee.
Ahsan Iqbal and Naveed Qamar assail the govt for, what they called, running the govt through ordinances.
A finance ministry official assures senate committee that on PM Imran's directive "more funds" will be released.
Work to start with Faisalabad, followed by Rashakai and Dhabeji.
JUI-F chief says opposition will oppose the authority at all available forums.
"I'm afraid certain individuals in the US are not bad at math, but rather misguided by evil calculations," he says.
Calls for global awareness to attract foreign investment in key projects.
Alice Wells' comments on CPEC were meant to generate a debate, says US Ambassador to Islamabad Paul W. Jones.
Her remarks about CPEC can hardly be expected to ensure progress in the Pakistan-US relationship.
Awan says CPEC is the government's first priority.
"Chinese debt amounts to $18bn — even less than one-fourth of the country's total public debt of $74bn."
Ambassador Yao says he is "shocked and surprised" at Alice Wells’ speech.
Alice Wells says multibillion-dollar project will take a toll on Pakistan’s economy at the time of repayments.
In meeting with new planning minister, Chinese envoy expresses satisfaction over the progress of CPEC projects.
Chinese envoy denies speculations regarding China's lack of interest in development projects in Balochistan.
Planning minister says a project loan would not affect the country’s debt-to-GDP situation.
Ministers explain plans to be discussed with Chinese officials during JCC’s annual consultations.
Joint Working Group has signed a memorandum of understanding for transport infrastructure development.
The 7th meeting of CPEC’s Joint Working Group on Transport Infrastructure held.
The authority is aimed at accelerating the pace of CPEC-related activities.
Prime Minister Imran to take up number of projects on his visit to China.
PM says removal of all bottlenecks in CPEC projects and their timely completion is the top priority of the govt.
Officials of National Highways Authority complain of inadequate fund allocation.
The second phase of CPEC demands a more pronounced provincial role.