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0.20
1.59%
 
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81.10
 
1.80
2.27%
 
AAMRATECH
28.30
 
0.40
1.43%
 
ABB1STMF
6.00
 
0.10
1.69%
 
ABBANK
12.20
 
0.10
0.83%
 
ACI
 
0.80
 
ACIFORMULA
170.00
 
5.80
3.53%
 
ACMELAB
99.70
 
-0.30
-0.30%
 
ACTIVEFINE
29.70
 
0.00
0.00%
 
ADVENT
36.50
 
1.20
3.40%
 
AFCAGRO
36.20
 
-0.80
-2.16%
 
AFTABAUTO
52.40
 
0.30
0.58%
 
AGNISYSL
19.60
 
0.10
0.51%
 
AGRANINS
15.50
 
-0.10
-0.64%
 
AIBL1STIMF
7.90
 
0.00
0.00%
 
AIL
 
2.10
 
AL-HAJTEX
82.90
 
1.30
1.59%
 
ALARABANK
22.80
 
0.00
0.00%
 
ALIF
 
0.00
 
ALLTEX
10.00
 
0.00
0.00%
 
AMANFEED
53.00
 
0.60
1.15%
 
AMBEEPHA
560.00
 
-4.30
-0.76%
 
AMCL(PRAN)
225.50
 
1.20
0.53%
 
ANLIMAYARN
32.50
 
0.90
2.85%
 
ANWARGALV
90.30
 
5.80
6.86%
 
APEXFOODS
235.00
 
-1.40
-0.59%
 
APEXFOOT
327.60
 
12.20
3.87%
 
APEXSPINN
173.00
 
-1.30
-0.75%
 
APEXTANRY
152.00
 
7.20
4.97%
 
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12.40
 
0.20
1.64%
 
ARAMIT
409.50
 
11.00
2.76%
 
ARAMITCEM
22.80
 
0.20
0.88%
 
ARGONDENIM
26.80
 
0.40
1.52%
 
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15.90
 
0.40
2.58%
 
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22.20
 
-0.50
-2.20%
 
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10.90
 
0.00
0.00%
 
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163.00
 
9.10
5.91%
 
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191.30
 
8.30
4.54%
 
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261.00
 
-0.20
-0.08%
 
BANKASIA
16.60
 
0.40
2.47%
 
BARKAPOWER
27.80
 
0.10
0.36%
 
BATASHOE
1125.00
 
-0.30
-0.03%
 
BATBC
 
24.90
 
BAYLEASING
19.20
 
-0.10
-0.52%
 
BBS
 
0.20
 
BBSCABLES
74.20
 
-0.90
-1.20%
 
BDAUTOCA
257.90
 
20.70
8.73%
 
BDCOM
 
-0.10
 
BDFINANCE
16.90
 
1.20
7.64%
 
BDLAMPS
227.40
 
18.30
8.75%
 
BDTHAI
24.10
 
-0.20
-0.82%
 
BDWELDING
17.30
 
0.10
0.58%
 
BEACHHATCH
12.70
 
-0.70
-5.22%
 
BEACONPHAR
18.30
 
0.20
1.10%
 
BENGALWTL
30.00
 
0.00
0.00%
 
BERGERPBL
1360.30
 
-13.90
-1.01%
 
BEXIMCO
26.90
 
0.20
0.75%
 
BGIC
 
-0.10
 
BIFC
 
-0.30
 
BNICL
 
0.20
 
BRACBANK
74.40
 
1.10
1.50%
 
BSC
 
-0.80
 
BSCCL
 
3.90
 
BSRMLTD
104.80
 
0.00
0.00%
 
BSRMSTEEL
72.10
 
0.20
0.28%
 
BXPHARMA
98.00
 
2.20
2.30%
 
BXSYNTH
8.90
 
0.20
2.30%
 
CAPMBDBLMF
7.80
 
-0.20
-2.50%
 
CAPMIBBLMF
8.90
 
0.10
1.14%
 
CENTRALINS
20.90
 
0.20
0.97%
 
CENTRALPHL
15.70
 
0.10
0.64%
 
CITYBANK
33.30
 
1.20
3.74%
 
CITYGENINS
13.40
 
0.20
1.52%
 
CNATEX
6.00
 
-0.10
-1.64%
 
CONFIDCEM
155.00
 
-0.80
-0.51%
 
CONTININS
15.10
 
0.00
0.00%
 
CVOPRL
212.80
 
0.60
0.28%
 
DACCADYE
6.80
 
0.00
0.00%
 
DAFODILCOM
38.20
 
-0.10
-0.26%
 
DBH
 
0.40
 
DBH1STMF
9.50
 
0.00
0.00%
 
DELTALIFE
102.20
 
-1.30
-1.26%
 
DELTASPINN
8.80
 
0.00
0.00%
 
DESCO
 
0.20
 
DESHBANDHU
16.70
 
0.20
1.21%
 
DHAKABANK
14.40
 
0.20
1.41%
 
DHAKAINS
19.70
 
-0.30
-1.50%
 
DOREENPWR
103.40
 
-0.60
-0.58%
 
DSHGARME
235.10
 
2.70
1.16%
 
DSSL
 
0.20
 
DULAMIACOT
36.50
 
-0.50
-1.35%
 
DUTCHBANGL
114.40
 
-0.30
-0.26%
 
EASTERNINS
26.60
 
-0.40
-1.48%
 
EASTLAND
19.90
 
0.10
0.51%
 
EASTRNLUB
1569.00
 
58.10
3.85%
 
EBL
 
0.10
 
EBL1STMF
8.10
 
0.20
2.53%
 
EBLNRBMF
5.90
 
0.00
0.00%
 
ECABLES
199.00
 
2.90
1.48%
 
EHL
 
0.80
 
EMERALDOIL
11.80
 
-0.20
-1.67%
 
ENVOYTEX
34.60
 
1.20
3.59%
 
ETL
 
-0.10
 
EXIM1STMF
6.80
 
0.10
1.49%
 
EXIMBANK
11.80
 
0.20
1.72%
 
FAMILYTEX
6.10
 
-0.10
-1.61%
 
FARCHEM
16.50
 
0.00
0.00%
 
FAREASTFIN
7.30
 
0.00
0.00%
 
FAREASTLIF
69.00
 
-0.10
-0.14%
 
FASFIN
10.90
 
0.20
1.87%
 
FBFIF
 
0.00
 
FEDERALINS
9.20
 
0.20
2.22%
 
FEKDIL
15.50
 
0.30
1.97%
 
FINEFOODS
36.00
 
1.30
3.75%
 
FIRSTFIN
7.00
 
-0.10
-1.41%
 
FIRSTSBANK
11.20
 
0.20
1.82%
 
FORTUNE
29.40
 
0.50
1.73%
 
FUWANGCER
15.70
 
-0.40
-2.48%
 
FUWANGFOOD
17.60
 
0.00
0.00%
 
GBBPOWER
14.90
 
0.10
0.68%
 
GEMINISEA
424.50
 
4.10
0.98%
 
GENNEXT
8.60
 
0.10
1.18%
 
GHAIL
 
-0.40
 
GHCL
 
0.60
 
GLAXOSMITH
1440.10
 
-1.20
-0.08%
 
GLOBALINS
12.50
 
0.40
3.31%
 
GOLDENSON
10.30
 
-0.40
-3.74%
 
GP
 
17.80
 
GPHISPAT
37.10
 
0.00
0.00%
 
GQBALLPEN
85.90
 
7.80
9.99%
 
GRAMEENS2
16.50
 
-0.30
-1.79%
 
GREENDELMF
9.00
 
0.00
0.00%
 
GREENDELT
57.60
 
0.40
0.70%
 
GSPFINANCE
17.50
 
0.50
2.94%
 
HAKKANIPUL
61.30
 
1.10
1.83%
 
HEIDELBCEM
345.40
 
4.60
1.35%
 
HFL
 
0.70
 
HRTEX
 
1.30
 
HWAWELLTEX
37.20
 
-0.10
-0.27%
 
IBBLPBOND
932.00
 
-11.50
-1.22%
 
IBNSINA
265.90
 
-1.50
-0.56%
 
ICB
 
7.10
 
ICB2NDNRB
9.90
 
0.10
1.02%
 
ICB3RDNRB
6.00
 
0.00
0.00%
 
ICBAGRANI1
7.60
 
0.00
0.00%
 
ICBAMCL2ND
7.60
 
0.10
1.33%
 
ICBEPMF1S1
6.50
 
0.00
0.00%
 
ICBIBANK
5.30
 
0.20
3.92%
 
ICBSONALI1
8.30
 
-0.20
-2.35%
 
IDLC
 
-0.10
 
IFADAUTOS
110.80
 
4.10
3.84%
 
IFIC
 
0.20
 
IFIC1STMF
5.70
 
0.00
0.00%
 
IFILISLMF1
7.50
 
-0.10
-1.32%
 
ILFSL
 
0.60
 
IMAMBUTTON
26.70
 
-0.20
-0.74%
 
INTECH
17.40
 
0.00
0.00%
 
INTRACO
46.40
 
2.00
4.50%
 
IPDC
 
0.70
 
ISLAMIBANK
23.60
 
-0.10
-0.42%
 
ISLAMICFIN
15.70
 
0.50
3.29%
 
ISLAMIINS
27.00
 
0.30
1.12%
 
ISNLTD
22.10
 
-0.70
-3.07%
 
ITC
 
0.60
 
JAMUNABANK
15.40
 
-0.10
-0.65%
 
JAMUNAOIL
182.00
 
2.00
1.11%
 
JANATAINS
14.80
 
-0.30
-1.99%
 
JMISMDL
232.00
 
6.20
2.75%
 
JUTESPINN
161.10
 
-4.70
-2.83%
 
KARNAPHULI
13.60
 
0.10
0.74%
 
KAY&QUE
235.00
 
10.10
4.49%
 
KBPPWBIL
15.90
 
-0.10
-0.62%
 
KDSALTD
66.20
 
0.80
1.22%
 
KEYACOSMET
9.80
 
0.00
0.00%
 
KOHINOOR
419.30
 
-4.90
-1.16%
 
KPCL
 
0.30
 
KPPL
 
0.90
 
LANKABAFIN
26.20
 
0.40
1.55%
 
LEGACYFOOT
90.30
 
2.00
2.27%
 
LHBL
 
-0.70
 
LIBRAINFU
1027.10
 
71.60
7.49%
 
LINDEBD
1244.00
 
2.80
0.23%
 
LRGLOBMF1
7.90
 
-0.10
-1.25%
 
MAKSONSPIN
8.80
 
-0.10
-1.12%
 
MALEKSPIN
17.10
 
0.00
0.00%
 
MARICO
1162.80
 
4.40
0.38%
 
MATINSPINN
38.00
 
0.20
0.53%
 
MBL1STMF
7.70
 
-0.20
-2.53%
 
MEGCONMILK
22.90
 
-1.10
-4.58%
 
MEGHNACEM
102.30
 
2.90
2.92%
 
MEGHNALIFE
57.60
 
-0.40
-0.69%
 
MEGHNAPET
21.10
 
-1.60
-7.05%
 
MERCANBANK
17.70
 
0.40
2.31%
 
MERCINS
27.50
 
1.40
5.36%
 
METROSPIN
10.00
 
0.10
1.01%
 
MHSML
 
-0.30
 
MICEMENT
78.80
 
0.30
0.38%
 
MIDASFIN
24.00
 
0.00
0.00%
 
MIRACLEIND
47.10
 
0.70
1.51%
 
MITHUNKNIT
20.10
 
-0.20
-0.99%
 
MJLBD
 
0.40
 
MODERNDYE
255.00
 
-0.40
-0.16%
 
MONNOCERA
274.10
 
22.00
8.73%
 
MONNOSTAF
3452.10
 
164.30
5.00%
 
MPETROLEUM
184.20
 
0.10
0.05%
 
MTB
 
0.10
 
NAHEEACP
49.20
 
0.20
0.41%
 
NATLIFEINS
150.00
 
2.50
1.69%
 
NAVANACNG
73.60
 
-0.20
-0.27%
 
NBL
 
0.00
 
NCCBANK
14.90
 
-0.30
-1.97%
 
NCCBLMF1
8.00
 
0.30
3.90%
 
NFML
 
0.30
 
NHFIL
 
0.90
 
NLI1STMF
14.60
 
0.00
0.00%
 
NORTHERN
307.30
 
1.80
0.59%
 
NORTHRNINS
17.10
 
0.30
1.79%
 
NPOLYMAR
90.80
 
4.30
4.97%
 
NTC
 
2.70
 
NTLTUBES
125.90
 
5.60
4.66%
 
NURANI
14.60
 
0.10
0.69%
 
OAL
 
-0.20
 
OIMEX
 
0.00
 
OLYMPIC
229.50
 
-1.60
-0.69%
 
ONEBANKLTD
16.80
 
0.50
3.07%
 
ORIONINFU
54.40
 
2.00
3.82%
 
ORIONPHARM
42.50
 
1.00
2.41%
 
PADMALIFE
33.90
 
0.50
1.50%
 
PADMAOIL
230.50
 
0.40
0.17%
 
PARAMOUNT
13.40
 
-0.10
-0.74%
 
PDL
 
0.10
 
PENINSULA
24.80
 
-0.10
-0.40%
 
PEOPLESINS
18.80
 
-0.10
-0.53%
 
PF1STMF
6.50
 
0.10
1.56%
 
PHARMAID
659.90
 
9.80
1.51%
 
PHENIXINS
23.90
 
0.90
3.91%
 
PHOENIXFIN
31.00
 
0.10
0.32%
 
PHPMF1
6.10
 
0.00
0.00%
 
PIONEERINS
27.40
 
0.20
0.74%
 
PLFSL
 
0.10
 
POPULAR1MF
5.70
 
-0.10
-1.72%
 
POPULARLIF
96.90
 
0.00
0.00%
 
POWERGRID
47.40
 
0.10
0.21%
 
PRAGATIINS
22.80
 
0.10
0.44%
 
PRAGATILIF
97.20
 
-1.00
-1.02%
 
PREMIERBAN
11.40
 
0.10
0.88%
 
PREMIERCEM
80.00
 
7.10
9.74%
 
PREMIERLEA
11.20
 
0.30
2.75%
 
PRIME1ICBA
6.70
 
-0.10
-1.47%
 
PRIMEBANK
17.50
 
0.20
1.16%
 
PRIMEFIN
8.70
 
0.10
1.16%
 
PRIMEINSUR
16.90
 
-0.20
-1.17%
 
PRIMELIFE
45.80
 
-0.10
-0.22%
 
PRIMETEX
27.80
 
2.50
9.88%
 
PROGRESLIF
51.00
 
-0.80
-1.54%
 
PROVATIINS
15.40
 
0.40
2.67%
 
PTL
 
3.80
 
PUBALIBANK
23.00
 
0.30
1.32%
 
PURABIGEN
12.30
 
0.20
1.65%
 
QUASEMIND
71.00
 
2.80
4.11%
 
QUEENSOUTH
55.90
 
5.00
9.82%
 
RAHIMAFOOD
157.10
 
-1.60
-1.01%
 
RAHIMTEXT
365.00
 
-6.30
-1.70%
 
RAKCERAMIC
44.30
 
0.50
1.14%
 
RANFOUNDRY
145.50
 
1.30
0.90%
 
RDFOOD
16.70
 
-0.30
-1.76%
 
RECKITTBEN
1770.00
 
-15.50
-0.87%
 
REGENTTEX
17.00
 
0.00
0.00%
 
RELIANCE1
10.50
 
-0.10
-0.94%
 
RELIANCINS
48.00
 
0.50
1.05%
 
RENATA
1224.30
 
4.90
0.40%
 
RENWICKJA
763.40
 
-8.10
-1.05%
 
REPUBLIC
23.90
 
-1.80
-7.00%
 
RNSPIN
11.90
 
0.10
0.85%
 
RSRMSTEEL
50.70
 
0.80
1.60%
 
RUPALIBANK
42.50
 
2.90
7.32%
 
RUPALIINS
16.30
 
0.20
1.24%
 
RUPALILIFE
57.50
 
1.40
2.50%
 
SAFKOSPINN
18.10
 
0.70
4.02%
 
SAIFPOWER
25.90
 
0.00
0.00%
 
SAIHAMCOT
14.20
 
0.50
3.65%
 
SAIHAMTEX
19.50
 
0.40
2.09%
 
SALAMCRST
31.20
 
0.00
0.00%
 
SALVOCHEM
26.10
 
0.10
0.38%
 
SAMATALETH
51.50
 
-3.30
-6.02%
 
SAMORITA
78.00
 
2.40
3.17%
 
SANDHANINS
27.30
 
0.10
0.37%
 
SAPORTL
28.00
 
0.10
0.36%
 
SAVAREFR
150.00
 
3.20
2.18%
 
SEBL1STMF
13.80
 
0.10
0.73%
 
SEMLIBBLSF
9.20
 
0.00
0.00%
 
SEMLLECMF
8.80
 
-0.10
-1.12%
 
SHAHJABANK
22.80
 
0.30
1.33%
 
SHASHADNIM
60.70
 
1.90
3.23%
 
SHEPHERD
27.80
 
0.40
1.46%
 
SHURWID
16.90
 
-0.10
-0.59%
 
SHYAMPSUG
45.10
 
0.20
0.45%
 
SIBL
 
0.40
 
SIMTEX
26.70
 
0.50
1.91%
 
SINGERBD
175.00
 
2.70
1.57%
 
SINOBANGLA
55.00
 
1.40
2.61%
 
SONALIANSH
306.50
 
5.60
1.86%
 
SONARBAINS
14.00
 
0.00
0.00%
 
SONARGAON
16.80
 
-0.60
-3.45%
 
SOUTHEASTB
16.80
 
-0.10
-0.59%
 
SPCERAMICS
17.10
 
-0.20
-1.16%
 
SPCL
 
0.60
 
SQUARETEXT
50.40
 
-0.10
-0.20%
 
SQURPHARMA
286.90
 
3.40
1.20%
 
STANCERAM
157.00
 
13.60
9.48%
 
STANDARINS
29.70
 
-0.80
-2.62%
 
STANDBANKL
11.50
 
0.00
0.00%
 
STYLECRAFT
2350.00
 
35.40
1.53%
 
SUMITPOWER
37.30
 
0.30
0.81%
 
SUNLIFEINS
21.00
 
-0.60
-2.78%
 
TAKAFULINS
22.20
 
0.60
2.78%
 
TALLUSPIN
6.90
 
-0.20
-2.82%
 
TITASGAS
39.80
 
1.00
2.58%
 
TOSRIFA
17.60
 
0.10
0.57%
 
TRUSTB1MF
6.20
 
-0.10
-1.59%
 
TRUSTBANK
30.70
 
-0.20
-0.65%
 
TUNGHAI
6.80
 
-0.10
-1.45%
 
UCB
 
0.40
 
UNIONCAP
13.30
 
0.40
3.10%
 
UNIQUEHRL
52.80
 
-0.30
-0.56%
 
UNITEDAIR
4.00
 
0.10
2.56%
 
UNITEDFIN
17.20
 
0.30
1.78%
 
UNITEDINS
21.50
 
0.20
0.94%
 
UPGDCL
269.90
 
-3.30
-1.21%
 
USMANIAGL
171.50
 
2.80
1.66%
 
UTTARABANK
24.90
 
0.50
2.05%
 
UTTARAFIN
58.00
 
0.00
0.00%
 
VAMLBDMF1
9.20
 
-0.20
-2.13%
 
WATACHEM
300.10
 
1.10
0.37%
 
WMSHIPYARD
32.70
 
0.10
0.31%
 
YPL
 
0.20
 
ZAHEENSPIN
13.40
 
-0.10
-0.74%
 
ZAHINTEX
14.10
 
0.50
3.68%
 
ZEALBANGLA
50.00
 
1.70
3.52%
 

Business

  |  Published : 09 Jun 2018, 17:30

Economic corridor changes PAK business, economic landscape

Five years after its launch, the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) has achieved magnificent results that help lay a solid infrastructure foundation for Pakistan’s economic development, reports BSS/Xinhua.
Under the long-term and systematic framework of CPEC, several projects in areas of energy, transportation infrastructure and port construction have been completed.
The unprecedented CPEC projects are changing Pakistan’s business and economic landscape and facilitating them with basic requirements, which has helped the country improve its international credibility and increase its economic growth rate to 5.8 percent in the fiscal 2018 from the previous year’s 3.8 percent, according to official figures.
Former Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, who recently concluded his tenure, said last month that CPEC and cooperation with China have helped Pakistan emerge as a rising economy in the world.
The project under CPEC would accelerate economic development and further link Pakistan with China, Central Asia and other parts of the world, said Abbasi.
A couple of years ago, Pakistan was facing severe power shortage with a power cut of up to 20 hours a day. The unsolved power crises prevailing for years was causing an unrest among the public and casting negative effects on the country’s industries and other economic activities.
Pakistan’s Ministry of Energy said that the completed CPEC power projects have brought a great change in the energy sector by bringing the power cut hours to zero form 12-14 hours a day in 70 percent of the country.
Two coal-fired power projects equipped with the latest state-of-the-art environment-friendly technology — the 1,320-megawatt Sahiwal coal-fired power project in the country’s Punjab and the Port Qasim coal-fired power plant with the same capacity in southern port city Karachi — have already started production.
The two projects are expected to generate 18 billion KWh of electricity together annually, which can cater for the needs of eight million local families.
The CPEC power projects not only have eased daily lives of Pakistanis but are also creating hundreds of thousands of jobs by helping restart the industries that were closed due to power shortage.
Besides the coal-fired power plants, CPEC also provides new energy to Pakistan so as to diversify the country’s energy sources to maintain its energy security.

Part of the Quaid-e-Azam Solar Park is functional and three wind power farms are also supplying electricity in southern Sindh province, while two such projects will also start their commercial operations later this year.
Pakistan’s Ministry of Planning, Development and Reforms said that energy projects under CPEC will double the energy-thirsty country’s current capacity of electricity production after their completion.
Yasir Rehman, an anchor from the official Pakistan Television, said that the developed infrastructure under CPEC is bringing stimulus to the Pakistani economy, creating jobs and improving business by starting a constructive process.
“Uninterrupted power supply is helping industries increase production, creating an ideal atmosphere for Pakistan’s economy,” said Rehman, adding that with the functionalized Gwadar port, CPEC will benefit every common Pakistani.
Gwadar, the ending point of CPEC, which was once an ignored small sluggish fishing town located at the Arabian Sea in Pakistan’s southwest Balochistan Province, is now witnessing a wave of development projects which are creating new opportunities for employment and business.
Gwadar port, with the fully functional port terminal, regular cargo service, free zone, business center, is a symbol of future development and prosperity of Pakistan.
According to China Overseas Ports Holding Company (COPHC), the port’s
operator, some 20 companies in different businesses have already joined the Gwadar free zone with direct investment of 3 billion Chinese yuan (over 460 million U.S. dollars).
Gwadar’s local people are feeling the development impetus triggered by the rapidly developing port, construction of new roads, establishment and
upgrading of educational institutions and hospitals, construction of a new
international airport and installation of water purification plants.
Thousands of people, from laborers to businessmen, have migrated from
across the country to Gwadar to grab emerging opportunities for business and employment since the launch of CPEC.
In the meantime, CPEC has also brought major improvements and overhauls to Pakistan’s transportation infrastructure by upgrading and reconstructing already existing roads and building new superhighways.
Several transportation projects under CPEC are forming a road network in
the country to improve Pakistan’s internal connectivity as well as with the
rest of the world.
On May 26, Abbasi inaugurated the first section of the 392-km Multan-
Sukkur Motorway, the largest transportation infrastructure project under the CPEC in Multan of Punjab.
The motorway is expected to cut the travel time between Multan and Sukkur from 10 hours to four hours at the maximum designed speed of 120 km per hour. It will also facilitate traveling in areas located alongside it.
Mumtaz Hussain, a local farmer, told Xinhua that the CPEC motorway had
given a new hope of prosperity to his family because now they can easily
travel to cities to sell their vegetables at a better rate.
The motorway is a symbol of close cooperation between Pakistan and China, said Abbasi, adding that CPEC is the implementation of Chinese vision of connectivity and opening up under the Belt and Road Initiative that is bringing great economic opportunities to Pakistan and the region.
According to Chinese Ambassador to Pakistan Yao Jing, Chinese companies under CPEC projects have provided over 100,000 jobs to local people and have helped to uplift their living standards through social welfare works, including restoring and establishing schools and technical training centers, providing health facilities, and sending hundreds of youngsters to China for further study.
Former Minister for Planning, Development and Reform Ahsan Iqbal hailed CPEC as it has brought actual positive changes in the lives of millions of Pakistanis.
“CPEC is a national agenda and has been put into implementation in record time due to the solid commitment of both Pakistani and Chinese leadership,” said Iqbal.