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Gwadar Port

Gwadar Port the deepest sea port located in the Gwadar region of province Balochistan. The port is the second great headstone of China-Pakistan friendship. The foundation of the port was laid back in March 2002 by the vice-president Wu Bangguo.

Gwadar port is a world class maritime hub, along with this Pakistan has two more port located in the metropolitan city of the country which are Karachi port and Port Qasim. The port is located in the western region of Balochistan province on the shore of Arabian Sea.

The port has a prominent plan which is known as China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) which is also a gateway for trade and other maritime projects. CPEC not only includes the port project it also covers other developments projects in the region.

Gwadar Port made operational for Afghan Transit Trade: Dawood

ISLAMABAD: Adviser to PM on Commerce and Investment, Abdul Razak Dawood has said that Gwadar Port has been made operational for the Afghan Transit Trade, ARY News reported on Tuesday. Announcing the positive development via his twitter handle, Abdul Razak Dawood said  the Gwadar Port has been operationalized for Afghan Transit Trade under APTTA 2010. I am pleased to share with you that Ministry of Commerce has operationalized Gwadar Port for Afghan Transit Trade under APTTA [email protected] @ansukhera @aliya_hamza…

ECC mulls over amendments in laws for tax exemptions at Gwadar Port

ISLAMABAD: The Economic Coordination Committee (ECC) of the Cabinet in a meeting chaired by Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi at PM’s Office considered a proposal for introducing "necessary" amendments in the laws for ensuring tax exemptions at the Gwadar Port and Gwadar Free Zone. The ECC constituted a committee on Thursday to remove any anomalies in the proposed amendments. The meeting also considered the issue of allocation of site to private LNG developers for establishment of LNG terminal. It was decided that…

Pakistan Navy is capable of dealing with all challenges: Naval Chief

KARACHI: Chief of Naval Staff Admiral Zakaullah on Saturday said that Pakistan Navy is fully capable of dealing with all kinds of challenges, ARY News reported. He was addressing the inaugural session of 7th International Maritime Conference. He also said that strategic changes continue to occur in the region which increase the need of martitime security. Chief of Naval Staff said that Pakistan Navy is cooperating with navies of other countries for the protection of the territorial waters as no country is capable of…