Gwadar: 4 factories to start production by December-2017


Heavy contingents of law enforcement agencies for seaward security of Gwadar port and associated sea lanes against conventional and non-conventional threats can be seen as one enters through Gwadar port gate.
Friendship flags of China and Pakistan are waving across streets displaying strong strategic bond between two Himalayan neighbours. Intense construction work is underway as Gwadar is gradually making inroads into becoming hub of regional trade.
About two decades ago, Pakistan envisioned to reap fruits of geo-political and geo-strategic location of Gwadar. First phase of construction work was wrapped up in 2005 but failed in achieving intended outcomes. At present, Beijing and Islamabad are willing to leave no stone unturned to make Gwadar port an unprecedented example of Sino-Pak business venture.
“Chinese government has decided to fund mega-project. So far, Beijing has poured Rs16 billion on construction activities at Gwadar Port. Chinese engineers have completed 90pc of rehabilitation work. Likewise, agreement has been inked with two shipping lines named Sinotrans and Cosco.”, stated Gwadar Port Authority Chairman Dostain Jamaldin during interview in a special report for Dunya Kamran Khan Kay Sath show.


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