Friday, January 15, 2021

Pakistan Has Benefited From China’s Socio-Economic Measures: Pak Minister

Pakistan’s government will get benefit from the Chinese socio-economic development measures to remove poverty by empowering Pakistan’s agricultural and industrial sector, said a federal minister. 

Pakistan’s minister of planning, development, and reform Makhdum Khusro Bakhtiar made the remarks on the east Punjab province, adding that the country has sought cooperation with China in the sectors.

The Federal Minister Mr. Bakhtiar said that the Pakistani government is trying hard to develop the industrial sector, and in this regard, special economic zones under the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) would be made functional soon.

Mr. Bakhtiar emhasised saying, “the government is finalizing the master plan of Gwadar, and the progress and development of the country under new policies will become evident in the next two years”.

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