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Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Comparison of CPEC perspective

Summary of Phased Objectives and Unrestricted Targets’ of CPEC LTP.

RELATED: ROAD and BELT 
The CPEC is at the converging point of the Silk Road Economic Belt and the 21st century Maritime Silk Road, and is a major program of the “Belt and Road” initiative.
CPEC is essentially a programme of mutual cooperation in terms of Transit and cross-border cooperation, a programme of Chinese investment in Pakistan in different sectors in different forms, a programme of Pakistan-China economic integration and a programme of up-scaled development cooperation between the two countries.

Chinese Perspective(263 pages)

It is to further enhance the Western Region Development Strategy, promote Xinjiang’s economic and social development, speed up the “Belt and Road” Initiative, give greater play to China’s advantages of capital, technology and project operating capacity, and form new open economic system

Pakistani Perspective(52 pages) It is to form new driving force for economic growth, break away from the situation of low growth and high inflation, remove key bottlenecks in infrastructure, shape new industry clusters, balance regional economic growth and narrow the development gap, improve people’s benefit level and enhance domestic stability.

General Report ........... ...........................1
Preface................................................................. ...2
Chapter I The Corridor and Construction Conditions ................................... 3
Chapter II Vision and Development Goals .............7
Chapter III Guiding Ideology and Basic Principles ...................................... 8
Chapter IV Key Areas and Major Programs ... .....9
Chapter V Investment and Financing Mechanism and Measures ............... 20

Special Plan I: Spatial Planning..............................................23
Chapter I Planning Research Overview .... ......24
Chapter II Definition of Economic Corridor and Spatial Strategy.............. 29
Chapter ⅢSpatial Layout of the CPEC .............36
Chapter IV Traffic, Nodes and Industrial Park Planning ............................50
Special Plan II: Communications... 63
Foreword ................................................................ ...64
Chapter I Basic Conditions and Strategic Significance 65
Chapter II Development Vision, Development Goals and Construction Time Sequence................... ....74
Chapter III Key Direction and Projects ......................77
Chapter IV Policies and Measures ......................85

Special Plan III: Industrial Parks ..... ......87
Chapter I Analysis and Evaluation of Current Industrial Development ......88
Chapter II Forecast of Industrial Development Trends....99
Chapter III Advice on the Planning of Industrial Parks..106
Chapter IV Suggestions on Promoting the Development of China-Pakistan Industrial Parks .115 

Special Plan IV: Agriculture ..............................................................119
Chapter I Basic Conditions and Necessity ...............120
Chapter II Vision and Development Objectives ..128
Chapter III Guiding Ideology, Planning Principles and Development Ideas...............................................129
Chapter IV Key Areas and Projects ....................130
Chapter V Corridor Development Mode ............140
Chapter VI Policy Suggestions and Supporting Measures ........................142 

Special Plan V: Coastal Tourism ........147
Chapter I Tourism Development Background......148
Chapter II Development of Tourism ...................150
Chapter Ⅲ Industry Layout of Seashore Tourism .......155
Chapter Ⅳ Tourism Product Planning for Seashore Tourism ....................156
Chapter Ⅴ The Plan for the Development of Coastal Tourist Cities .........162
Chapter Ⅵ The Development of Gwadar Port as a Key Area ...................163
Chapter VII Tourism Marketing Planning ....................165
Chapter VIII Guarantee Measure Planning...........167 

Special Plan VI: Water Resources..........................................173
Chapter I Overview .............................................174
Chapter II Overview of Water Resources ............177
Chapter III Node Cities and Water Situation in Rural Areas ..................... 184
Chapter IV Suggestions on Improving Water Construction and Management of Pakistan ....189 

Special Plan VII: Finance ....................200
Chapter I Economic Development in Pakistan .......201
Chapter II Financial Recession and Government Debt ..............................220
Chapter III Design of the Investment and Financing System ....................225
Chapter IV Pakistani Law and Policy Environment and Cooperation Project Risk Analysis ...................246
Chapter V Expanding China-Pakistan Cooperation in Finance Field and Investment & Financing Mechanism ..........................................................251
Chapter VI Safeguard Measures for Promoting Investment and Financing for the Economic Corridor Construction ..........................................................255 

Pakistani Perspective(52 pages)

Plan 1: Spatial Planning
Plan 2: Communications
Plan on Industrial Parks, Industry Cooperation, Trade Integration, Transit Trade and Cross-border cooperation:
Plan 4: Agriculture
Plan 5: Water Resource Management
6. Coastal Tourism:
Plan 7: Financing and Implementation Mechanisms
Chinese Aid:
A. China-Pakistan Special Development Fund
B. China-Pakistan Industry Cooperation Investment Fund
C. China-Pakistan Economic Corridor Fund.
Domestic Resource Mobilization under CPEC: 
Chinese FDI:
Sectoral Orientation of Financing and Implementation:
Implementation Mechanism of CPEC LTP Projects

NOTEFull document

STRATEGIC CONTEXT: Watch u-tube videos
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COUNTRY CONTEXT : Illustrated:

GB CONTEXT:  

Apparently RESOURCE EXPLORATION and ECOLOGICAL CONSERVATION are the only aspects covered for our region. I would therefore remind the readers to go through my draft law proposal on "Harmonization of customary laws on natural resources in GB" as the viable option for safeguarding economical interests of our populations and visible plunder by others.You can corroborate this fact in the source document if you go through the press release issued by CM GB on 3 Nov 2016.

https://web.facebook.com/hafeez.urrehman.777

https://web.facebook.com/mirghazanfar.alikhan?fref=ts

I have used the word "PLUNDER of natural resources in GB with help from indigenous COLLABORATORS/FACILITATORS" notwithstanding further development of XINJIANG.
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