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reviewers for their helpful comments on the earlier draft of this article. 1 Richard W. Hu, “China’s ‘One Belt One Road’ Strategy: Opportunity or Challenge for India?,” China Report 53: 2 (2017): 108. doi: 10.1177/0009445517696619. 2 Shirin Lakhani, “The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor: Regional Effects

In: The Chinese Journal of Global Governance

identifies corresponding deficits in Pakistan’s economy, and deploys a case study of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor ( CPEC ) to do so. This leads to the realization that significant macroeconomic (1) efficiencies, and (2) synergies, are realized through the development of CPEC , and then through OBOR

In: The Belt and Road Initiative

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

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

environmental implications. 7 From a geographical perspective, the Silk Road Economic Belt ( SREB ) is divided into six corridors: one of them, the China Pakistan Economic Corridor ( CPEC ), runs from South-Western China to Pakistan. 8 Under CPEC , surface coal mines in the Thar region, and coal fired power

In: The Belt and Road Initiative

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

‘ TARP ’, the Troubled Asset Relief Program), 14 and is thirteen times larger than the total 2017 economic output of Pakistan of $304 billion ( USD ). 15 In Pakistan alone, through the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor ( CPEC ), investment outlays are already estimated to equal $62 billion ( USD ) over

In: The Belt and Road Initiative

Sea and the Arabian Peninsula, (4) the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor ( CPEC ), connecting Kashgar, Khunjerab Pass, Islamabad and Gwadar, (5) the Bangladesh-China-India-Myanmar Economic Corridor( BCIMEC ), and (6) the China-Indochina Peninsula Economic Corridor ( CICPEC ) that connects Kunming

In: The Belt and Road Initiative

, the ongoing China-Pakistan Economic Corridor and the Bangladesh-China-India-Myanmar Economic Corridor are pronounced to be closely related to the Belt and Road Initiative. 16 Other institutions include Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation ( apec ), Asia-Europe Meeting ( asem ), Asia Cooperation

In: The Chinese Journal of Global Governance

westward from the South China Sea to the Indian Ocean and connecting the China–Pakistan Economic Corridor ( CPEC ) and the Bangladesh- China- India- Myanmar Economic Corridor ( BCIM - EC ). Efforts are also made to jointly build the blue economic passage of China-Oceania- South Pacific, travelling

In: The Belt and Road Initiative