APCFA general secretary says BRI is the project of the century.
Report claims China is also attempting to at least double the number of nuclear warheads in its arsenal in the next decade.
Board of investment chairman says second phase requires a 180-degree shift in management and roles.
China’s ambassador calls Pakistan emerging hub of trade.
Parties pledge to “shape and safeguard" political environment and favourable public opinion for CPEC development.
Second phase of CPEC was all about taking its dividends to the public, says CPEC Authority chairman.
Independent experts found the assumption that the Chinese prefer a particular political party in Pakistan baseless.
Chinese Ambassador Yao Jing says his country’s assistance for Pakistan was worth $15 million.
Project hailed as the way forward for promoting regional connectivity.
Prime Minister Imran Khan says the gigantic multi-faceted initiative would guarantee a bright future for the nation.
Phase-II of CPEC would be started after “full preparation and in an institutional manner”, says Asim Bajwa.
Dr Kaiser Bengali says Pakistan's economic managers are "trying to appease IMF and other international lenders".
Pakistan’s cooperation on Afghanistan has not generated support for its stance on India-held Kashmir.
“Pakistan believes that regional economic connectivity will provide a critical stimulus for creating broad-based growth across the region.”
Pakistan has to pay about $615 million to China between May 2020 and June 2021 under bilateral debt.
Report urges Washington to remain engaged with China.
Envoy says Beijing committed to CPEC initiative.
The minister expressed his satisfaction at the overall delivery of CPEC-related projects.
Dr Alvi says it is an honour for him to inaugurate the historic Sibi festival.
About $1bn is expected to land in Pakistan over the next 11 months as part of the second phase of CPEC.
Says locals should also be entrusted with running Gwadar Port, GDA.
Since Pakistan shrugged off her concerns about CPEC, Wells came to Islamabad with more revelations.
Is the Beijing-Washington spat over CPEC a welcome development for the common Pakistani?
"China has always supported Pakistan during difficult times," says the premier.
It scarcely matters whether the patron is the US or China.
"We are really grateful to the Chinese that they came and rescued us," says the prime minister.
We will continue serving our own interests regarding CPEC, says FM Qureshi after US-China verbal spat over project.
US told to let Pakistanis decide whether or not CPEC suits them instead of judging by itself.
Embassy spokesperson says US should not interfere in China-Pakistan relations.
The US diplomat insists Pakistan's debt burden is growing due to Chinese funding.