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Chinese citizens are facing increasing threats from different terrorist groups in Pakistan, with a rise in recent incidents of targeted attacks on China nationals.
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
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
Pakistan's balancing act between the West and China has been quite dubious, with the country giving assurance to both sides of commitment to their respective interests in the region.
Updated : 2 months, 4 weeks ago IST
Amid growing negative public perception about Chinese investments and attacks on Chinese nationals, as well as, on Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) projects, safety and security have become the top agenda of Beijing.
Updated : 5 months, 3 weeks ago IST
Islamabad [Pakistan], August 17 (ANI):Having made significant investments in the conflict-prone Pakistan-Afghanistan region as part of its hugely ambitious Belt and Road Initiative, China is planning to protect its interests in the two countries by stationing its own forces in specially c
Updated : 6 months, 2 weeks ago IST
Islamabad [Pakistan], July 28 (ANI): China, the sole investor in the Gwadar projects are hesitating to invest amid uncertainties as the ongoing economic crisis and political instability in Pakistan are hitting Chinese investment sentiments.
Updated : 6 months, 3 weeks ago IST
Beijing [China], July 17 (ANI): In continuation of China's debt-diplomacy with Pakistan, a Chinese company Yutong Bus, a large-scale modern Chinese manufacturing company specialising in bus production, has accepted the offer to set up a public transport plant in Sindh.
Updated : 2 years, 2 months ago IST
Peshawar [Pakistan], November 17 (ANI): The COVID-19 pandemic, ongoing political unrest and foreign debt limits have resulted in a slowing of Chinese investments in Pakistan as Beijing has put a hold on projects that are part of the USD 62 billion China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC).<