PM Khan has offered other countries to invest in CPEC projects, says minister.
CPEC isn't just a trade or business project, its a platform for regional countries to get united, says Mehdi Honardoost.
How were cost estimates for the project scaled down by almost a quarter from $8.2bn to $6.2bn?
Kingdom's proposed investments to fall under separate bilateral agreement.
Members of Saudi team show interest in investing in Gwadar, express satisfaction over facilities and security situation.
Chinese envoy says Beijing will only proceed with projects that Islamabad wants.
Article in Financial Times claims that Pakistan is looking to renegotiate its role in China's Belt-Road Initiative.
Chinese foreign minister has a lot on his plate but his baggage is llight.
Will CPEC’s progress expose Prime Minister Khan’s populism as rhetoric?
Contractors halt work on several projects after cheques worth over Rs5 billion bounced.
Chief minister urges the Chinese government to include Balochistan’s due share in CPEC.
The zone was approved as part of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor last December.
China seeks special arrangements for expeditious resolution of disputes with its investors in Pakistan.
Border trade with China through Khunjerab has been suspended for over a month now.
The refusal precedes a trip to China this week by India’s prime minister.
Participants at CPEC Summit say industry ready to face challenges.
Chinese consul general says his country wants Pakistan to develop together with it.
"We want Pakistan, our iron brother, to develop," says ambassador Yao Jing on the second day of CPEC Summit.
"Three years ago CPEC was unheard of — today it is known globally," PM Abbasi says during his speech at CPEC Summit.
“We needed to change the game in Pakistan, meaning that we have to be present in this market," says UPS ISMEA president.
Abbas Akhoundi says Iran is keen to work with Pakistan.
Abdul Quddus Bizenjo claims "Balochistan is not receiving even one per cent" of the billions being spent on CPEC.
Jumma Khan Marri urges dissidents to lay down weapons, insist enemies of CPEC are enemies of Baloch people.
China wanted to focus on energy situation, Ahsan Iqbal informs cabinet; overseas voting also discussed.
Kharazi says Tehran is ready to mediate between Islamabad, New Delhi on Kashmir dispute.
Great things in Balochistan tend to arrive in small, sometimes troubling packages.
Landscape of fishermen, boat makers’ shanty dwellings is fast changing into modern houses, business centres.
Pakistan has formally asked China to encourage its products — mainly the eatables — into its market.
Arrangements for using yuan for bilateral trade, financing investment activity already in place: SBP.
2018 will be a year of stock taking and planning for the future of CPEC until 2030.