China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) - Essay with Outline


    1. Introduction:
    a Deep-rooted friendship of China and Pakistan
    b Karakoram highway
    2. CPEC A solution to economic problems of Pakistan
    a Geography of CPEC
    b Infrastructure
    c Goals
    3. Opportunities for China
    a Betterment of the Western areas of China
    b Better trade relations
    c Advantages to Chines companies
    4. Advantages for Pakistan
    a End of load-shedding
    b Economic stability
    c Reduction in oil bill
    d Development of the backward areas
    5. Pathway to progress
    a China and Pakistan are working together to build the one belt (road)
    b Pakistan should maintain its trade with China
    c Insurance of environmental protection
    d Industrial equilibrium
    6. Conclusion
    Pakistan should use all possible measures to complete such projects of economic revival as fast as possible.
    China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) - Essay with Outline


    China is the most populated country in the world. China has very close relations with Pakistan since 1955 when the Prime Ministers of both countries met in Indonesia. China has helped Pakistan in many areas of life. China and Pakistan are sharing a 600-kilometre long borderline. China lent a helping hand during the Indo-Pak war in 1965 and 1971 and supported Pakistan fully and promptly. That is why China and Pakistan have a deep-rooted friendship. This companionship grew stronger when the Karakoram highway, commonly known as Silk Route, was built. It linked many areas of Pakistan to China and helped a lot in the silk trade. Now, these relations will increase due to CPEC as it is the outcome of Xi's mission One Road One Belt. As this will link many Central and South Asian countries under one road. Which will result in a stable economy of Pakistan.
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    CPEC is the abbreviation (مخفف ہے) of China Pakistan Economic Corridor. It is a highway which links the newly created Gwadar port to the historical city of China, Kashgar. Its estimated length is about 2318 kilometres. Gawadar port will be used for importing and exporting the Chinese and Pakistani goods. The significant objective of the CPEC is to establish a cutting edge (جدید ترین) international airport and to rebuild the railway infrastructure of Pakistan. The main goal of CPEC is to expand the trade relations of China and Pakistan to the other countries, to stabilize the economy of Pakistan and to popularize the natural sights of Kashmir and Gilgit Baltistan.
    CPEC will also prove a good deal for China. There are many undeveloped areas in Western China and this road will bring a noticeable change in such areas. Secondly, this will also enable China to have better trade relations in many countries like India, Bangladesh, Singapore and the countries which are linked directly or indirectly to the Indian Ocean. It will also help many Chinese companies to make the most of their products and services outside of China.
    "CPEC will be a game-changer for Pakistan". This quote is based on reality. It is true that Pakistan will hold more advantages than China in respect to CPEC. China has been investing 46.5 billion dollars in establishing new energy resources in Pakistan to run this linkage between Kashgar and Gwadar smoothly. This will end the continuous load-shedding in Pakistan. Moreover, it will reduce economic instability gradually. Pakistan has been spending a large number of its economic resources in importing oil. Through CPEC, Pakistan will have to rely on its coal resources which will reduce the oil bill. As this road is passing through many undeveloped areas of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Balochistan, this highway will create many opportunities for the people living in these provinces (صوبے) to earn their livelihood (روزی).
    Both Pakistan and China are working with great enthusiasm to build the pathway of progress. But Pakistan should keep an eye on its interests. There are many factors which are playing havoc against CPEC. Therefore, Pakistan should provide all possible measures to China to guard and protect CPEC. Pakistan should maintain its trade relations with China as well as with other countries. Moreover, cutting trees and replacing them with a road can cause serious environmental problems. That is why our environment should be protected at any cost. And lastly, Pakistan should provide equal chances to the industries to take advantage of CPEC.
    It is stated that this project will be completed after 2025. The project like CPEC is essential for its economic revival. That is why, it should be completed in time. 


    3. Sharah Sarmaya Urdu for Intermediate Part 2 by Prof. Rao Khalid Mehmood, Edition 2018, Essay no. 51, Page no. 453

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