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Tariq Gul, Pak Afghan cargo Joint Venture with XCMG


The global construction industry’s equipment and machinery — intends to set up heavy equipment manufacturing plant and assembly line in Pakistan, according to a press release issued by the PM office.

XCMG, with its expertise of constructing high rise buildings and housing units, wants to partner with Prime Minister Khan’s ambitious Naya Pakistan Housing Programme (NPHP) to construct five million affordable houses over a period of five years for low-income segments of society.

The premier said that the construction of the five million houses is a flagship programme of the government which will “open new opportunities for allied industries and the youth of the country”.

He welcomed HSS and XCMG’s “commitment and interest” in the housing and manufacturing sector.

Prime Minister Khan highlighted the steps that have been taken by the government in order to facilitate investors, reduce the cost of doing business and to improve the ease of doing business.

On December 13, while chairing a meeting on ease of doing businesses, the premier issued directives for the preparation of a comprehensive plan to simplify procedures related to government approvals.

“Providing [a] conducive and business-friendly environment to investors is [the] top priority of the government,” he said today.

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Connect with Powerful Companies in Pakistan for CPEC and BRI Projects

As the Belt and Road and CPEC initiative took place, businessmen from various countries and from various sectors are showing interest to participate and project itself looking for valuable and experienced companies to build CPEC and Belt and Road Initiative projects. The corridor and initiative will boost trade which have already started. China Pakistan Economic Corridor Business (CPECB) platform planted strong roots to grow network well with valuable businessmen who are serious, loyal and willing to participate for the people of all BRI countries and efforts with the focus to connect businessmen from Pakistan, China and other 62 countries to ensure success of the corridor and the initiative .

CPECB has transformed companies’ decision makers to interact and build relations with each other through digital resources like dedicated platform and other our groups link with different social and networking tools for ease of communication and ease to establish business relation.

CPECB has played a valuable role in developing port by linking valuable companies and other CPEC projects and it was win win situation for the country which also generated jobs and helped achieve the dream of CPEC and Belt and Road initiative as one . CPECB is working on noble causes and its members are businessmen and state officials who are putting every effort to make the corridor in action .

CPECB members are powerful and experience companies in Maritime and Heavy Shipping, Logistics, Agriculture, Automobile, Textile and Leather, Oil and Gas, Cement and Steel,Engineering,Management , Developers and Architects, Telecom, Mining, Natural Resources, Legal, Securities, Health, Business Consultants, Services, GFZ, Aviation, Energy, Investment and Banking, Educational institutes , HR Consultant, Research and Development Authorities. Hospitality business Chemicals, Machinery, Stationary. and growing .

Today CPECB has become assets for businessmen, investors and State officials , which can be used as a valuable network and platform for CPEC and Belt and Road and can relay over their expertise. Networks and platforms always play a role for any economical project to bring into action .

Few of Companies who are members of CPECB , COPHC, Star Shipping, KHYBER ITTEFAQ, Pak Afghan Cargo Services , Metro Goods Transport Company, Chongqing Savvy Industries Company Limited, Safe Enterprises (Private) Limited, WATSON INTERNATIONAL, Tufail Chemical Industries Limited, Brighto Paints Pvt Limited, Allied Paint Industries Private Limited , Times Group (Pvt) Ltd, Alliance Plus Co, Dollar Industries Pvt. Ltd, Rastgar and Company (Pvt) LTD, Power Cables (PVT) Ltd, S. M. Jaffer & Co, Hot & Spicy, Yakoob Trading ,Quality Links (Pvt.) Ltd., Al Baari Group, Baloch Real Estate, Universal Biz Pvt, G.I. Enterprises ,Design Engineering Supply & Services, Whopper Private Limited, Saqalain International, Hazel Enterprises, CHENGDU ALLIED IDUSTRIES CO., LTD ,Muhammad Amin Muhammad Moqeem PVT LTD , Valdetron Pakistan, Orient World Wide Shipping Pak (Pvt) Ltd, PENTAGON FREIGHT SYSTEMS,, Riyan Shipping Agencies, Lucky Enterprises, Milestone Catalyst Corporation, Sohailginding, Jinshan Chemical Technology (Pvt.) Ltd, The Dynamics Research Consultant, SS & Sons Engineering, USS Logistics, Delta Control Automation Co. (PVT),United Impex, National Scientific Corporation,SMART-CARD KAZAKHSTAN, Al Rais Marble Works, Forhans Technologies,Elevation Private Limited, Solutions Inc, The Marketing Factory, Beerbal and Co. Syed Enterprises, M Kamil & Sons, Ali Zia Studio and many more.

The above companies are playing a highly fruitful role in uplifting the economy and developing CPEC and BRI Projects on real ground level and have also built massive job creation also. CPECB is working hard and its members to play fruitful roles in this pandemic also.

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Lt Gen (r) Asim Bajwa to head CPEC Authority

The federal government has decided to appoint former Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) chief Lt Gen (r) Asim Saleem Bajwa as the head of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor Authority (CPECA) for a period of four years.

A summary has been sent to the federal cabinet for approval, which will be accepted in the next meeting.

President Dr Arif Alvi had promulgated an ordinance for the establishment of the CPECA in Oct.

The authority is aimed at accelerating the pace of CPEC-related activities, will find new drives of growth, unlock the potential of the interlinked production network and global value chains through regional and global connectivity.

In Aug, Prime Minister Imran Khan had announced that the government was forming a ‘China-Pakistan Economic Corridor Authority (CPECA)’ to ensure timely completion of corridor’s projects.

Presiding over a meeting at the Prime Minister Office, PM Imran had said: “To ensure uninterrupted progress on CPEC projects, CPEC Authority is being formed.”

He said the CEPCA would help ensure coordination among the departments concerned. “The completion of CPEC will not only benefit Pakistan and China but also the entire region,” the prime minister had said.

PM Imran boosted CPEC on 2nd BRI Summit

Prime Minister Imran Khan has urged world leaders to undertake joint efforts to address impediments in the way of sustainable global growth.

In his address at the 2nd Belt and Road Forum in Beijing on Friday, the prime minister presented five ways to further expand China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI).

“Firstly, we must undertake joint efforts to mitigate climate change. In our Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, we successfully planted a billion trees. I suggest we launch a joint project to plant 100 billion trees over the next two years, so that we can mitigate the effects of climate change for our coming generations,” said PM Imran.

“Second, we should establish a BRI Tourism Corridor to promote people-to-people contacts and inter-cultural understanding. Thirdly, an office of Anti-Corruption Cooperation should be set up to combat the scourge of white-collar crime. White-collar crimes are devastating the world.”

“We should create a poverty alleviation fund that supplements national efforts in the fight against poverty and malnourishment. In Pakistan, we have recently launched a targeted poverty alleviation programme called ‘Ehsas’. The aim should be to emulate China’s spectacular success in lifting 800 million people out of poverty within a matter of decades,” said the PM.

“Lastly, we must make concerted efforts to further liberalise trade and investment flows encouraging our private sector and businesses to collaborate in projects.”

The prime minister said BRI offers an unprecedented model of international collaboration. “In a world of geopolitical uncertainty, of rising inequality and barriers to trade, the BRI offers a model of collaboration, partnership, connectivity and shared prosperity. The presence of so many leaders today is the proof that we choose hope over despair and cooperation over confrontation.”

He said Pakistan was among the BRI’s “earliest and most enthusiastic proponents”, and spoke of the “substantial progress” achieved on the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). “Pakistan’s energy supplies have increased massively. Our critical infrastructure gaps are being plugged. Gwadar, once a small fishing village, is transforming rapidly into a commercial hub. Gwadar Airport will be the largest in the country.”

“Together, Pakistan and China are entering the next phase of CPEC, with greater emphasis on socio-economic uplift, poverty alleviation, agricultural cooperation and industrial development. We are expanding the frontiers of knowledge through closer engagement and deeper cooperation in the fields of education, innovation and technology.”

“Along the length of the corridor, Special Economic Zones are set to come up, offering opportunities for investments for Pakistani, Chinese and foreign entrepreneurs. Supplementing the next phase of CPEC, we are signing an expanded Pakistan-China Free Trade Agreement.”

Quoting a Chinese proverb –  “The ocean is vast because it rejects no rivers” – PM Imran said Pakistan will continue “to work on the basis of mutual respect and equal opportunity, with China and other BRI partners, for a better future of our people”.

Extending an invitation to international investors, he reiterated Pakistan’s desire to partner with “all those who share the vision for a peaceful and prosperous world”.

“I take this opportunity to invite all of you to avail our liberal foreign investment regime and participate in our economy, in particular infrastructure, railways, dams, IT and manufacturing.”

CPEC & Belt and Road Businessman Event

CPECB has called another milestone event on 27th April 2019 for Businessman to connect and exchange business opportunities. CPECB events are always fruitful and create great opportunities for Pakistani Businessman to interact with companies CEO, Directors, Partners, owners and state officials under one roof. CPECB always follow protocol where an only active and verified businessman can join who is a member of .

A businessman from various sectors will join and officials of CPEC and BRI . A businessman who is interested and not a member of CPECB can apply for CPECB membership online at




Prime Minister of Pakistan and Military Chief Visited CPECB


29 March at Gwadar Expo 2019  ,#CPECB & #MHRS . #Pakafghancargo exhibit in Gwadar Expo 2019.  Prime Minister of Pakistan Honorable Imran Khan, #khansb ,#Imranbahi .Qamar Javed Bajwa, Honorable Military chief visited us. And it’s has built a legacy for business community #CPECB


Imran Khan Prime Minister Visit CPECB

China Pakistan Economic Corridor Business (CPECB) Premium Businessman networking and relation building platform, Where companies CEO, Directors, Partners, owners and state officials are a member of the platform. CPECB is the platform where investors can interact with a valuable businessman or government can invest in Pakistan  with the government through CPECB . CPECB main focus on CPEC and BRI projects to connect businessman directly with all BRI countries .

CPECB is highly reputable businessman networking platform specially for the international business community who are interested in doing business in Pakistan or invest in Pakistan because CPECB members are the pure businessman and have great credibility in their business sector.


Sami Vohra met with Prime minister of Pakistan and miltary chief
Sami Vohra met with Prime minister of Pakistan and military chief
Mr Sami Vohra Meet With imran Khan
Mr Sami Vohra Meet With imran Khan

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The Number of networking exchanges with CPECB members and met with officials and China Ambassador especially

Chinese Ambassador Yao Jing Attended Groundbreaking Ceremony of New Gwadar International Airport and visit CPECB
Chinese Ambassador Yao Jing Attended Groundbreaking Ceremony of New Gwadar International Airport and visit CPECB


CPECB Member Taking Selfi with PM Imran Khan

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CPECB Member , Muhammad Ali Zia The man behind the camera, CPECB Member Tariq Gul

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CPEC Member Stall gwadar Expo 2019
CPEC Member Stall gwadar Expo 2019
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Mr Sami Vohra Met With chairman linyi trade city
Mr Sami Vohra Met With chairman linyi trade city

CPECB Member Visit Gwadar Exoi

CPECB Member Visit Gwadar Expo

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#chinapakistaneconmicorridorbusiness #CPECB , #MHR #Pakafghancargo #CPECB Members. Meet with Pm Imran Khan at Gwadarexpo 2019 . CPECB the premium BRI Businessman Network hit another milestone. #opportunities Emerging Pakistan. CPECB is working hard to play its fruitful part in Economy. Photography Credit #aliziastudio. Connect with CPECB to get connected with #BRI. .China Pakistan Economic Corridor Business Platform (CPECB) Participated in Gwadar Expo 2019 Where CPECB president Sami Vohra attended Expo with Ex-President FCCI Zubair Tufail and Mrs Zubair Tufail along with Members who have stall and exhibit MHRS  , Tariq Gul (Pak Afghan Cargo), Changgaiz Khan and members Muhammad Ali Zia, Maqsood Zulfiqar, Imtiaz Ali Ratgar .Rehan Ali, Muhammad Sharif Baloch, Muhammad Asif Khan (Metro Group) Muhammad Ishtiar ,Col. (R) Maqbool Afridi, Muhammad Faisal . CPECB Members Meet with Imran Khan Prime Minister of Pakistan along with federal ministers, Balochistan chief minister, parliamentarians, Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa and Chinese Ambassador in Pakistan Yao Jing Jam Kamal (Chief Minister Balochistan) , Zobida Jalal (Federal Minister Defense Production ,Yao Chin (Chines Ambassador) Wang Yu (Chines Consul General) , Mr. Zhang Baozhong, the chairman of COPHC , Shah MEHMOOD Qureshi (Foreign Minister) Khusro Bakhtiar (Federal Minister Planning) Main Muhammad SOOMRO (Federal Minister Aviation) , Ali Hyder Zahdi (Federal Minister Maritime and my Neighbor) Sharukh Nausrat Sectt Aviation, Chairman PIA &DG CAA , Rauf Rind (MPA), Sajjad arain,,Where Special Thanks to Shazad Sultan , Aamir khan , Photos Credit (ALI ZIA)

BRI Countries offer Silk Visa

As today For the first time, the creation of a “silk visa”, uniform for the whole of Central Asia, was launched in June of this year, the idea is supported by Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan.  Pakistan and all other BRI Countries join one hand offer one Schengen zone visa services to boost economies and tourism all over

Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan to launch Silk visa

The gradual normalization of relations between Kazakhstan, the Kyrgyz Republic, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan has revived the idea of creating an analogue of the Schengen zone.

Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan in February 2019 can launch the Silk Visa general program, stated Acting First Deputy Chairman of the State Committee for Tourism Ulugbek Kasimkhodzhaev.

As he said, the two countries agreed on the draft Silk Visa. He added that the parties should agree on technical details and equipment.

Kasimkhodzhaev noted that other countries in the region are also showing interest in this project. Among them – Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan. At the same time, Kazakhstan also proposes to connect Azerbaijan and Turkey to this project.

Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan signed in mid-November agreements on the mutual recognition of visa regimes by the countries of the Silk Road.

For the first time, the creation of a “silk visa”, uniform for the whole of Central Asia, was launched in June of this year, the idea is supported by Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan. It belonged to the chairman of the committee on international relations, defense and security of Kazakhstan, Dariga Nazarbayeva. She also advocates the option of removing visa barriers in Central Asia.

At the core of the Asian continent lies Central Asia, a region rich in history and steeped in culture. This region benefits from a blend of national identities that have been carefully cultivated over many centuries. Central Asia, as it is defined today, is comprised of five former Soviet republics: Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan.

Central Asian countries constitute a large region with a population of about 70 million people.

According to the UN, over the past 10 years, the average GDP growth in Central Asian countries as a whole was 6.2 percent, when the whole world developed at a rate of 2.6 percent. There has also been a sharp increase in trade, which has doubled in 10 years, from $ 1.6 billion to $ 3.1 billion.

Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan currently experience a rise in mutual economic ties. In 2017, the trade turnover between the two Central Asian nations increased by 8.6 percent and exceeded $ 2 billion. In January-June 2018, the trade turnover between the two countries increased by 52 percent, with Uzbek exports growth of 48 percent. Over 200 companies with Kazakh capital currently operate in Uzbekistan.

Earlier this year, Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan agreed to take further measures to ensure the growth of trade turnover to $ 3 billion in 2018 and $ 5 billion by 2020. The countries also intend to increase the number of rail, bus and air communication between two states.

Uzbek investments in Kazakhstan for the past 10 years amounted to $ 31.3 million, half of which falls for 2016. Kazakh investments in Uzbekistan totalled $ 114.4 million in the past decade.