Economy

    Pakistani Handover of Gwadar Port to Beijing Draws Scrutinyi
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    February 25, 2013 10:03 PM
    Pakistan recently handed over management of its strategic deepwater Gwadar seaport to China. Both countries insist the deal is a “purely commercial venture.” But critics and financial analysts are skeptical about the remote port's economic viability and believe it will be used for military purposes. Ayaz Gul reports from Islamabad.

    Pakistani Handover of Gwadar Port to Beijing Draws Scrutiny

    Published February 25, 2013

    Pakistan recently handed over management of its strategic deepwater Gwadar seaport to China. Both countries insist the deal is a “purely commercial venture.” But critics and financial analysts are skeptical about the remote port's economic viability and believe it will be used for military purposes. Ayaz Gul reports from Islamabad.


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