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Mar
07

Pakistan’s Gwadar Port becomes operational on 20 March

Gwadar port is ready to operate from March 20, 2007 onwards as the biggest port of the region. Gwadar project is an important part of the government’s development programme.

Port of Singapore Authority is formally taking over the control of Gwadar Port under a contract for forty years. An agreement as signed last month to give Gwadar port under the control of Singapore Port. A rapid progress in Balochistan, means of transpotation, setting up new industries in Pakistan coastal highway are among the programme to develop Balochistan.

Besides, the construction of berths, cargo handling equipment has been installed on the port. The Pakistan Government will be the share holder in the income of the port.

Special flights will be started for this purpose. It is expected that Port of Singapore will invest eight billion dollars in Gwadar.

Courtesy: Pakistan Times

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1 Response to “Pakistan’s Gwadar Port becomes operational on 20 March”


  1. 1 henderson
    May 14, 2008 at 4:13 am

    i can’t wait till this new site is going to come out, it’s called ihype.com. it’s going to be pretty sick.


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