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Prime Minister’s Meeting with Chinese Vice-President in New York

DNA Caretaker Prime Minister Anwar-ul-Haq Kakar and Mr. Han Zheng, the Vice-President of People’s Republic of China met at the sidelines of UNGA Summit in New York today.The conversation was marked by traditional warmth and cordiality that has been the hallmark of Pakistan-China All-Weather Strategic Cooperative Partnership. During the meeting, the two leaders exchanged views on the entire gamut of bilateral relationship including CPEC and bilateral economic and financial cooperation. Reiterating support to China on core issues, the Prime Minister appreciated China’s unflinching support to Pakistan’s territorial integrity, sovereignty andRead More


Elections in January: the expected political scenarios

 The real concern lies in whether a government formed through maneuvering and gerrymandering can truly address the wounds afflicting our nation and breathe life into our nearly moribund economy. Unfortunately, the answer appears to be a resounding “no.” Comment Ansar Mahmood Bhatti The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) has made a significant announcement, confirming that the general elections are slated to take place in the final week of January 2024. This announcement has triggered discussions among legal experts, as it appears to deviate from the Constitutional mandate requiring elections toRead More


Defining entire China-U.S. relationship as competition is serious misjudgment

Defining entire China-U.S. relationship as competition is serious misjudgment

By Zhong Sheng, People’s Daily In recent years, the United States has always emphasized “competition” when discussing China-U.S. relations, as if competition has become the dominant theme and even the sole focus of the relationship. From the “competitive, collaborative and adversarial” rhetoric to the “invest, align and compete” strategy, competition has become the main tone of U.S. policy towards China. The various measures taken by the United States clearly demonstrate that the so-called “competition” has become synonymous with comprehensive containment, unrestricted suppression, and relentless pressure on China. As two majorRead More


Xinjiang makes strides in high-quality economic, social development

Xinjiang makes strides in high-quality economic. social development

By Li Ya’nan, Yang Shuobi, Xiang Zifeng, People’s Daily China’s Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region is working to build itself into a beautiful Xinjiang that is united, harmonious, prosperous, and culturally advanced, with healthy ecosystems and people living and working in contentment. Today, China-Europe freight trains are running across this important node along the Silk Road, constantly releasing development potential; the autonomous region’s economic structure is continuously optimized with upgrading traditional industries and new emerging sectors; the prospering green industries are taking the economic development onto a new level. In SangongRead More


Xinjiang takes measures to strengthen sustainable use of water resources

Xinjiang takes measures to strengthen sustainable use of water resources

By Li Ya’nan, People’s Daily Water is the lifeline of economic and social development. It is a fundamental natural resource and economic resource of strategic importance. For a long time, Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region in northwest China has faced the problem of uneven spatial and temporal distribution of water resources, which led to a prominent structural water shortage. In recent years, Xinjiang has been working to improve the management of water resources, shifting from a less efficient and unorganized approach to a more refined and science-based one. A unified, efficient,Read More


China-Laos cooperation bears fruits in Vientiane Saysettha Development Zone

China-Laos cooperation bears fruits in Vientiane Saysettha Development Zone

By Sun Guangyong, Zhang Jinruo, Yu Yichun, Hu Zexi, People’s Daily About a 30-minute drive northeast of downtown Vientiane, the capital of Laos, there lies the Vientiane Saysettha Development Zone (SDZ), with factories neatly arranged. It is the only state-level overseas economic and trade cooperation zone established by China in Laos, as well as Lao’s national-level special economic zone. As an early fruit of the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), the SDZ plays an important role in promoting Laos’ industrialization and fostering China-Laos economic cooperation. Chinese garment enterprise Best GarmentRead More