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Chinese Bridge” summer camp for Pakistani students kicks off

In an effort to further strengthen the friendship and cultural exchange between China and Pakistan, the 2024 “Chinese Bridge” Summer Camp for Pakistani students kicked

Pakistani mud crab exporters eye expansion in China

Pakistan’s vibrant seafood industry has made significant strides in recent years, with mud crabs emerging as a star export product.  As Pakistani exporters continue to

Chinese company seeking food processing business in Punjab

A Chinese company plans to invest $8 million in Punjab to establish a food processing business with potential for future expansion, according to the Punjab

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Pakistan registers $2.56 bln in exports to China for FY 2023-24

Pakistan’s exports to China surged to $150.3 million in June, concluding the fiscal year 2023-24 with a total of $2.56 billion, according to the latest report from the Trade Development Authority of Pakistan (TDAP). In June alone, Pakistan’s global exports reached $2.529 billion, marking a 7.34% increase from the $2.356

Neelum-Jhelum HPP Generates 762 Million Units of Cheap Electricity in FY 2023-24

The Neelum-Jhelum Hydropower Project (NJHP) has generated 762 million units of green, clean and low-cost hydel electricity in Fiscal Year 2023-24, according to WAPDA statistics released. According to the authority, fiscal year 2023-24 proved a better year for green, clean and low-cost hydel electricity generation in Pakistan. Twenty-two Hydel Power

Country’s first and one of world’s largest: 550MW floating solar energy project

Pakistan’s first and one of the world’s largest 550MW floating solar energy project has been launched in Sindh. Sindh Energy Minister Syed Nasir Hussain Shah said this project will be an important milestone of affordable electricity as per the vision of PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto. Sindh Energy Minister Syed Nasir

Gwadar Port vs India-Iran 10-year Chabahar Port deal

Shortly following India’s agreement to oversee operations at Iran’s Chabahar port for a decade, the United States issued a cautionary statement, emphasizing the persistence of its sanctions on Tehran. Despite India’s apparent disregard for potential US sanctions, Pakistan remains hesitant to finalize its gas pipeline agreement with Iran, likely due