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China-Pakistan relations

The government of Pakistan is "rethinking" its dependence on China for the loans it needs to complete its Peshawar to Karachi rail project. This is part of a broader pushback on the ambitions of China's Belt and Road Initiative throughout the region.

After lengthy delays, an $8.2 billion revamp of a colonial-era rail line snaking...

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  2. South China Morning Post

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  1. The government of Pakistan is engaged in a "rethink" of its dependence on the Peoples Republic of China for the loans it needs to complete its Peshawar-to Karachi rail project, says a Reuters report. This is part of a broader pushback on the ambitions of China's Belt and Road Initiative throughout the region.
  2. The government of Pakistan is engaged in a "rethink" of its dependence on China for the loans it needs to complete its Peshawar to Karachi rail project, says a Reuters report. This is part of a broader pushback on the ambitions of China's Belt and Road Initiative throughout the region.
  3. The government of Pakistan is "rethinking" its dependence on China for the loans it needs to complete its Peshawar to Karachi rail project. This is part of a broader pushback on the ambitions of China's Belt and Road Initiative throughout the region.

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