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CPEc Map: The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is a mega project which will link the Gwadar Port in Pakistan to Xinjiang in China. It is a vast infrastructure network part of the OBOR Silk Road.
CPEC is 3,000-kilometre network by 2030 will throw open avenues for commerce and cooperation with China and other member countries of this economic trade link, having highways, railway lines and pipelines and energy projects that will generate 16,400 MW of electricity for the energy-starved South Asian country.
The China Pakistan Economic Corridor also known as North-South economic corridor, it is combine project of china and Pakistan, main objectives of the china Pakistan economic corridor is to enhance the capabilities of trading and transportation among both countries. It is economic corridor that consist collection of projects which are under construction at different places.
China has a keen interest in the Gwadar port and CPEC; it was proposed in 2013 to be worth of US$46 billion now reached to US$54 billion.
21st-Century Maritime Silk Road, to connect world by road and sea, exploits Pakistan’s strategic location to bypass the ‘chokepoint’ of the Malacca Straits. Rerouting part of its energy supplies to Xinjiang from the Persian Gulf via Gwadar shortens the distance by several thousand km and lessens the transport time by about 10 days.
CPEC route and Map is a reasonable question for Pakistan because the fact that Pakistan’s restless political factions have been unable to agree on a route for the CPEC.
The Pakistan government initially promised a CPEC route that went through western Pakistan via Zhob and Quetta, which could help to develop the less privileged Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Balochistan provinces.
Central CPEC Route Map: Documentation by Government of Balochistan, Pakistan.
Subsequently, however, other versions of the corridor route have emerged.
One ‘Eastern Route’ would pass through Multan, Faisalabad, Pindi Bhatia and Rawalpindi, while a ‘Western Route’ would pass through northeastern Balochistan via the towns Kalat, Quetta and Zhob.
On December 30, 2015, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif inaugurated Western CPEC Map of the China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) in Balochistan’s Zhob and emphasised that Balochistan’s development was his government’s top priority.
Main rout of the China Pakistan economic corridor (CPEC) rout will start from Xinjiang china to Karachi Pakistan, it aims to facilitate and promote trading along an overland route that connects Kashgar and Gwadar, through the construction of a network of highways, railways, optical fiber and pipelines. Main route from the china city kashgar which in Xinjiang to the city Karachi in Pakistan. It will connect china to the world most important located geographically and trading voice Gawadar port in Karachi Pakistan.
Gawadar port has important role in trading due to deep water availability.
Pakistan and China friendship of diplomatic relations which are constantly moving on an ascending trajectory and gaining strength with the passage of time. To make strengthen this friendship china Pakistan are working together on different platforms and having culture exchange programs. Now need is arise is to get advantage of the importance of Gawadar and deep water will trade to all world and especially Arabian and Asian countries.
CPEC Map of Railways Network :
Importance of CPEC:
China Pakistan economic corridor is a game changer project for all worlds and especially for the both friends countries Pakistan and china. The corridor is intended to rapidly expand and upgrade Pakistani infrastructure, as well as deepen and broaden economic links between Pakistan and the People’s Republic of China. It is considered to be an extension of China’s ambitious One Belt, One Road initiative, and the importance of CPEC to China is reflected by its inclusion as part of China’s 13th five-year development plan. It will play great role in development of Pakistan and trading of china to the world.
Pakistani officials predict that the project will result in the creation of upwards of 700,000 direct jobs between 2015 and 2030, and add 2 to 2.5 percentage points to the country’s annual economic growth. Were all the planned projects to be implemented, the value of those projects would be equal to all foreign direct investment in Pakistan since 1970, and would be equivalent to 17% of Pakistan’s 2015 gross domestic product. It is expected that main problem of Pakistan’s unemployment will overcome and looking forward for the bright future of Pakistan.
CPEC map of Fiber Optic :
Comparison of First and Second Proposed CPEC Map:
In 2015 when Government of Pakistan and Prime minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif is working to lay an CPEC Map Route in Pakistan, The proposed route map of CPEC between China and Pakistan will pass through Giligit Balistan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Sindh and Balochistan. This should be shortest route for the China to reach Gwader Port. But latter on this Map route of CPEC was changed due to unknown reasons. Comparison of both route maps given below. First shortest proposed CPEC Route Map is mentioned by red line down:
CPEC importance in OBOR: CPEC is the part of OBOR (One Built One Road) it will cover 65 Countries of Central Asia, Europe and Africa. It is hug project across the word to connect word. OBOR having 6 Economic Corridors, 65 countries, $2 Trillion, 4.4 billion people, 34% of global GDP.
OBOR Map: One Belt One Road will link world though fast railway lines and roads for trade and import export. OBOR includes six mega corridors, CPEC is one of them rest are in other coutries i.e. Russia, India, Bangladesh, Turkey and in other member countries. OBOR and its projects in detail…
Infrastructure Development CPEC Map:
China Silk Road Trade Routes Asia to Europe. It will connect Asia with Europe and Africa through central Asia. This is combination of mega projects of infrastructure in 65 countries member of OBOR – One Belt One Road.