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Foreign Office says public debt in CPEC projects mere 10pc of total outlay

Pakistan rejects China debt trap theories - Profit by Pakistan Today

“Pakistan believes that regional economic connectivity will provide a critical stimulus for creating broad-based growth across the region.” “Pakistan believes that regional economic connectivity will provide a critical stimulus for creating broad-based growth across the region.”

FO defends CPEC after Alice Wells' criticism - Newspaper - DAWN.COM

'Transformational project contributing positively to the country's national economy' 'Transformational project contributing positively to the country's national economy'

CPEC contributes to Pakistan's national development: Foreign Ministry | Business – Gulf News

US President Donald Trump made perhaps the strongest statement with regard to China, when he stated that US could totally snap ties with ChinaUS President Donald Trump made perhaps the strongest statement with regard to China, when he stated that US could totally snap ties with China. The US President also stated that the US could save 500 Billion USD, while referring to annual US imports from China (in 2018, US trade deficit vis-à-vis China reached 419.5 Billion […]

Possibility of companies shifting from China - Modern Diplomacy

ISLAMABAD: Chinese Embassy termed the speech of US Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asia Alice Wells totally baseless and attempt to defame Sino-Pak relations and...ISLAMABAD: Chinese Embassy termed the speech of US Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asia Alice Wells totally baseless and attempt to defame Sino-Pak relations and...

Chinese Embassy says Alice Wells’ speech to defame Sino-Pak ties

‘Projeccts are characterized by poor quality, corruption, environmental degradation’‘Projeccts are characterized by poor quality, corruption, environmental degradation’

China’s One Belt One Road worsens fiscal woes in host nation: US | Business – Gulf News

America's top diplomat in South Asia Alice Wells just stopped short of calling China a loan shark today. In a message to China, the US said take some pity on Pakistan and, stop the "unfair and predatory" lending. America has criticised China of crippling Pakistan with multi-billion dollar loans which would keep Pakistan in servitude to China not for years, but for decades. The corruption-shrouded China-Pakistan economic corridor(CPEC) has become a big flashpoint. America's top diplomat in South Asia Alice Wells just stopped short of calling China a loan shark today. In a message to China, the US said take some pity on Pakistan and, stop the "unfair and predatory" lending. America has criticised China of crippling Pakistan with multi-billion dollar loans which would keep Pakistan in servitude to China not for years, but for decades. The corruption-shrouded China-Pakistan economic corridor(CPEC) has become a big flashpoint. 

After US attack, Pakistan, China defend CPEC project, South Asia News | wionews.com

Wells had asked China to either wave off or renegotiate the Wells had asked China to either wave off or renegotiate the unsustainable and unfair” debt owed by Pakistan

China takes exception to US official Alice Wells's farewell speech

The Chinese Embassy in Pakistan termed Alice Wells' remarks as totally baseless, just a repetition of her same old tune.The Chinese Embassy in Pakistan termed Alice Wells' remarks as totally baseless, just a repetition of her same old tune.

US envoy Alice Wells’ remarks on CPEC, Pak-China friendship dismissed

Pakistan PM Imran Khan orders probe on inflated power costs and losses witnessed by the power sector in Pakistan.Pakistan PM Imran Khan orders probe on inflated power costs and losses witnessed by the power sector in Pakistan.

Pakistan's Imran Khan unleashes $630-mn scam under CPEC; Pak military, China involved - IBTimes India

China News: China said on Thursday that its relationship with Pakistan stood the test of the changing international landscape and remained "firm as a rock" as theChina News: China said on Thursday that its relationship with Pakistan stood the test of the changing international landscape and remained "firm as a rock" as the

China says its ties with Pakistan remains 'firm as a rock' - Times of India

KARACHI -- Pakistan has banned a political party well known for criticizing China's Belt and Road Initiative along with two other groups for alleged tGovernment claims 'reasonable grounds' for terror link as rights groups cry foul

Pakistan bans political party critical of China's Belt and Road - Nikkei Asian Review

Commentary One of Pakistan’s key political figures has tested positive for the CCP virus. According to the Pakistani ...Commentary One of Pakistan’s key political figures has tested positive for the CCP virus. According to the Pakistani ...

Why Top Pakistani Officials Are Getting Infected With the CCP Virus

Pakistan and China have enjoyed close and friendly relations since the establishment of diplomatic relations on 21 May 1951. Over the years, the relationship has blossomed into an

China-Pakistan: A journey of friendship (1950-2020) - Global Times

China said on Thursday that it will continue to accord priority to Pakistan in its neighbourhood diplomacy and reinforce “iron-clad’ ties as the all-weather allies celebrated the 69th year of the establishment of their diplomatic relations. Pakistan recognised China in 1951, a year after India established diplomatic ties with Beijing. India became the first non-CommunistChina said on Thursday that it will continue to accord priority to Pakistan in its neighbourhood diplomacy and reinforce “iron-clad’ ties as the all-weather allies celebrated the 69th year of the

Pakistan continues to be a priority in neighbourhood diplomacy: China | Deccan Herald

The United States on Wednesday asked China to take steps to ease the burden its predatory and unfair lending is causing to Pakistan during the Covid crisisThe United States on Wednesday asked China to take steps to ease the burden its predatory and unfair lending is causing to Pakistan during the Covid crisis

Ease burden of 'unfair, predatory' lending on Pakistan: US to China - Republic World

I think at a time of crisis like COVID, when the world is reeling from the economic consequences of having shut parts of the economy, it is really incumbent on China to take steps to alleviate the burden this predatory, unsustainable and unfair lending is going to cause to Pakistan, Alice G Wells said. I think at a time of crisis like COVID, when the world is reeling from the economic consequences of having shut parts of the economy, it is really incumbent on China to take steps to alleviate the burden this predatory, unsustainable and unfair lending is going to cause to Pakistan, Alice G Wells said.

US Asks China to Ease Burden of 'Unfair, Predatory' Lending on Pakistan Amid Coronavirus