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PREPARATION OF FEASIBILITY REPORT TO SET UP AN ECONOMIC ZONE UNDER CPEC IN PROGRESS IN GB

http://www.radio.gov.pk/16-Sep-2017/preparation-of-feasibility-report-to-set-up-an-economic-zone-under-cpec-in-progress-in-gb

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03:36 PM, 16 Sep, 2017

 

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In Gilgit Baltistan, preparation of feasibility report to set up an economic zone under China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is in progress.

Official sources told our Gilgit correspondent that the government has acquired two hundred and fifty acres of land at Maqpoon Das in Gilgit for the project.

The sources said the government also acquired one hundred and sixty acres land in Minawar Gilgit for establishment of Industrial zone

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