Chinese interested in Sindh’s transport sector

China Harbour Engineering Company, based in Pakistan, has shown its interest in investing in Sindh’s transport sector

APP July 19, 2017
Vehicles seen on a road in Pakistan. PHOTO: REUTERS

KARACHI: The China Harbour Engineering Company, based in Pakistan, has shown its interest in investing in Sindh’s transport sector.

A delegation of the company, led by its chief executive Wong Xiaoping, called on Sindh Minister for Transport, Mass Transit, Labour, Human Resources and Information Syed Nasir Hussain Shah at his office, said a statement issued on Tuesday. Transport Secretary Abdul Raheem Soomro and Mass Transit Director General M Athar also attended the meeting.

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On the occasion, they discussed Bus Rapid Transport and Circular Railway Revitalisation Project among other matters.

Briefing the delegation about various projects, he said that the Sindh government is working on Green, Orange, Blue, Yellow and Red Line projects funded by the federal and the provincial governments under Public-Private-Partnership mode.

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Published in The Express Tribune, July 19th, 2017.

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