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Chinese expert delegation visits mineral side of Balochistan’s Muslim Bagh

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QUETTA: Secretary Industrial Balochistan Ahmed said that Chinese experts would train youth of province in technical and industrial sectors in order to get opportunities of mega project China-Pak Economic Corridor (CPEC) in the country.

He said this while briefing six member of Chinese delegation when they visited the Muslim Bagh’s mineral area and Special Economic Zone in Bostan in connection with investment opportunities in Balochistan.

The Chinese delegation visited mineral and chromites side area of Muslim Bagh where they were also briefed about recovered chromites.

“Chinese and Balochistan experts jointly will play their role in development and prosperity of the people of Pakistan and province”, he said in briefing.

He said Balochistan is rich in mineral resources where foreign investors could take benefits in these fields.

Secretary noted that under the CPEC, Balochistan is emerging investment province around the world and adding that he hoped that the Chinese specialist delegation would play their key role in boosting investment in Balochistan.

Regional Director Federal Board of Investment Dr Riaz, Director Mines and Mineral Khalid Achakzai, Deputy Director Mines, Syed Muzaffar Bukhari, Syed Rafiq-Ullah were accompanied with Chinese delegation during visiting

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