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Updated : 5 days, 21 hours ago IST
The issues facing the NJHP project indicate a deeper problem in Pak-China cooperation in the power sector. Pakistan owes around PKR300 billion to the Chinese independent power producers (IPPs) and the liability has become a sore point in the bilateral relations.
Updated : 2 weeks, 5 days ago IST
Pakistan's largest province is being robbed of its natural resources by China under the Belt and Road Initiative and CPEC and the profits are being garnered by Chinese companies.
Updated : 1 month, 2 weeks ago IST
Amid delays in payment to the IPPs, and rising exchange rates, Chinese companies in Pakistan opted for a "go-slow" policy.
Updated : 2 months, 2 weeks ago IST
Pakistan's National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (Nepra)'s chief, Tauseef Farooqui warned that the tunnel of the Neelum-Jhelum hydroelectricity project might collapse at any time and the consequences could be disastrous.
China on Monday conveyed to Pakistan that huge unpaid power bills are forcing the drying up of Chinese funding to other Pak power projects.
Updated : 2 months, 3 weeks ago IST
By fulfilling Pakistan's wishes on the F-16, the Biden administration may be hoping it will help shore up the fragile governing coalition from outside interference. However, it is the machinations of Pakistan's military that remain constant and will continue to shape what transpires within t
Updated : 3 months ago IST
Amid the growing concerns over the safety and security of Chinese nationals working on the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) projects, Pakistan and China on Sunday agreed to use bullet-proof vehicles for all outdoor movement of Chinese workers.
Updated : 3 months, 1 week ago IST
CPEC is a part of China's most ambitious project Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), aimed at renewing the country's ancient trade routes in the coastal countries of south-east Asia.
Developing countries are moving toward China's debt trap and Daily Times, a Pakistani newspaper, is suggesting Pakistan that necessary measures may be taken to avoid Islamabad going Colombo's way
Pakistan's Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif on Wednesday met Chinese President Xi Jinping in Beijing, becoming the first head of state to visit China since Xi's re-election as General Secretary of the Chinese communist party for the third time.
This would be Shehbaz's first visit to China since assuming office in April this year and follows his meeting with Xi in Uzbekistan in September. He will visit China on November 1-2 to exchange views on regional and global developments, as well as, to review the "All-Weather Strategic Cooper
Updated : 3 months, 2 weeks ago IST
Pakistan PM will be among the first leaders to visit China following the 20th National Congress of the Communist Party of China, where Xi secured his third term as the leader of the party.