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Details of China–Pakistan Economic Corridor Projects


ISLAMABAD: Chinese President Mr. Xi Jinping will inaugurate the $45 billion project under China–Pakistan Economic Corridor. Moreover, the first ready-to-go episode of $28 billion from the worth $45 billion China–Pakistan Economic Corridor Project (CPEC) will be roll out according to Minister for Planning and Development, Ahsan Iqbal.


Details of Projects:

2 × 660 MW Say-No Hydro Resource Limited and Al-Mirqab Capital

330 MW Gawadar Coal Power Project

1,000 MW Quaid-e-Azam Solar Park

50 MW Snake Wind Farm

Jetty and Infrastructure Construction in Gadani

Salt Range Mine Mouth Power Project including mining

KKH Phase II (From Rai-Kot to Islamabad Section)

Dragging of Gawadar Birthing Areas and Channels

Formation of Technical and Vocational Institutes in Gawadar

660 × 2 MW Sahiwal Coal Fire Power Plant

Muzaffar Garh Coal Power Project

50 MW Dawood Wind Farm

870 MW Sikki Kanari KPK Hydropower Project


Transmission Line construction from Matiari to Faisalabad

Kohala Hydropower Project

Motorway from Karachi to Lahore (Multan-Sukkur Section)

Gwadar East-Bay Expressway

Infrastructure and Port Industries in Gawadar Free-Zone

Dera Ismail Khan-Quetta-Gawadar Link

330 × 2 MW Engro Thar Coal Fire Project

660 × 2 Raheem Yar Khan Coal Power Project

100 MW UEP Wind Farm

720 MW Karoot AJK Hydro Power Project

2 × 600 MW Hubco Coal Power Plant

Pakistan Wind Farm 2 (Jhimpir Thatta)

Extension of Peshawar-Karachi Railway Line ML1

Gwadar International Airport

Drinking Water projects for Gwadar

Cross Border Optical Fiber Cable

Coal Mining of 3.8 million ton in Thar

600 × 2 SSPLR Thar Coal Project

50 MW Sachal Wind Farm

Gaddani Power Park Baluchistan

525 MW Chechon Ki Malian Combined Cycle Power Plant

Tharmine Mouth Project

Havelian Dry Port

Construction of Gwadar Break Waters

Hospital in Gwadar

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