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20 different projects progressing under CPEC project: Yao Jing

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Pakistan

by Muhammad Irfan | Published on March 28, 2018 (Edited March 28, 2018) 🔗



ISLAMABAD – Chinese Ambassador to Pakistan Yao Jing says work on approximately 20 different projects is in progress under the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) project and out of these projects several are near to the final stage. He made these remarks while he paid a visit to Dosti FM 98 in Islamabad on Wednesday.

The Chinese Ambassador said China has made an investment of $19 billion in Pakistan for these projects.

During his visit to the FM 98 Dosti channel, he termed exchange of the communication sector between the two countries as a heartening step.

The channel was established with the mutual collaboration of Pakistan Broadcasting Corporation (PBC) and China Radio International

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