Gwadar soon, while the International Expo Center will be inaugurated in Gwadar by end of this year. | Water desalination plant to be set up in Gwadar: Ahsan Iqbal | CPEC is a Game Changer and Not a Game Over | US announces support for CPEC | Gwadar Development Project 2017 | Celebration of 70 years of Independence in Gwadar | CPEC cultural caravan | China’s bank branch in Gwadar city | CPEC project introduced by China for the development of Gwadar | Government is planning to facilitate the people of Gwadar | Gwadar free Economic zone | Gwadar new building projects and job opportunities | Gwadar, “center of education” and its master plan. | Gwadar’s sea port and development of new roads for the purpose of trading | Investors are taking keen interest to invest on Gwadar’s property | Malaysia’s interest in utilizing Gwadar port | Pakistan-China friendship is having great impact on the development of Gwadar city | Functional Gwadar port | Pakistan Examines Chinese Proposal to Replace Dollar with Yuan | Pakistan’s delicate dance | Pakistan Mulls NATO Offer to Ship Afghan Supplies Through Gwadar Port | Through CPEC: Moot calls for cementing regional cooperation | Energy shortage in Gwadar | Pak-China agree to fast-track CPEC projects | CPEC creating job opportunities for locals | Mega oil city to be constructed in Gwadar under CPEC | CPEC success is important for Pakistan, the entire region - DG ISP | Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi on Monday inaugurated a two-day Gwadar Expo 2018 aimed to boost economic activities of Pakistan and China. | Finalizing Master Plan Gwadar | Govt seeks to reset CPEC priorities | Govt sets development of Gwadar as short-term target | China, Pakistan agree to accelerate CPEC: Chinese Foreign Ministry | Saudi Arabia likely to invest in mega oil city in Gwadar under CPEC: sources | Chairman Senate & Acting President addressing at the occasion | Pakistan Navy celebrates Gwadar Day with traditional zeal, zest | Draft of Gwadar Master Plan readied | Gulf in Gwadar | China has no concerns over Saudi oil refinery in Gwadar | Chinese delegation visits Gwadar |
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