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role along the ancient Silk Road and its natural geographic advantages. Sharing a border with Pakistan, Chinese companies are already actively building hydro, wind and solar projects in Pakistan under the framework of the so-called “China-Pakistan Economic Corridor” valued at us $45 billion ( Haugwitz

In: Sociology of Islam

Afghanistan, as well as the spread of chaos and violence from its territory to neighboring countries and regions, could jeopardize obor and China’s existing investments. For example, construction of the China–Pakistan economic corridor will cost China us $46 billion in the next 10–15 years. 62 During

In: Central Asian Affairs

’s chronic energy shortages, an issue critical to many Pakistanis (Shah 2015 ). The new pipeline also will connect Iran’s gas fields to Gwadar, the Chinese-built port in Western Pakistan, and serve as the first stage of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor ( cpec )—a $46 billion 3218 km (2000 mile) economic

In: Sociology of Islam

of “China-Pakistan Economic Corridor” and “Bangladesh-China-India-Myanmar Economic Corridor.” All these efforts can be viewed as important signs and developments in the direction of “strategic economy

In: Reconstructing China’s Participation in the Global Order

the Strait of Malacca. 24 Energy supplies could instead be transported from the port of Gwadar directly to its inland Xinjiang province through the China–Pakistan Economic Corridor, helping to mitigate the ‘Malacca dilemma’. The Strait of Malacca is the strategic waterway that China relies upon to

In: European Journal of East Asian Studies

incorporate and/or connect with multiple distinct transportation corridors such as the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, the decades-old United Nations Economic and Social Commission Trans-Asia Railway that connects Kunming to Thailand, China-Bangkok-Laos and Kunming-Vietnam-Cambodia, the Mekong River

In: African and Asian Studies

good example of steady expansion of Chinese maritime interests and influence. The Gwadar Port forms part of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor ( cpec ) and supports the security and economic prospects of China’s large population which depend on external access to vital natural resources and markets

In: Brill Research Perspectives in Diplomacy and Foreign Policy

” countries from 2016 to 2030 will be as high as US$2.9 trillion, based on 2015 constant dollars. (Xu, 2018) From a spatial point of view, the financing needs of the six major international economic cooperation corridors of the “Belt and Road” are: US$25 billion in the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, US$99

In: The Fundamental Dynamic Effect on Reform and Opening in China