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The Centre of Investment

Gwadar is poised to emerge as the biggest port in the region, even bigger than Dubai or Singapore. Dubai port currently has 67 berths whereas Gwadar port can be expanded up to 150 berths.
It has been estimated that Gwadar will generate a massive total business revenue of more than 40 billion dollars in the coming decade, crossing Lahore as the second biggest revenue generating city.

Gwadar will have a DUTY FREE & TAX FREE ZONE.
A large number of Chinese, Pakistani and international firms are in the process of establishing their factories, warehouses, and offices in the city.

Gwadar Projects – Other than CPEC

• China will build North-South Gas Pipeline worth $1.5 Billion from Gwadar to Nawabshah.
• Iran has announced Oil Refinery worth 4 Billion Dollars
• Turkemanistan has announced 3 Billion Dollars Investment to lay a 1,400 Km gas pipeline.
• Multi Billion $ project - Gwadar to Kashgar Pipeline to carry 1 Million barrel per day.
• A Chinese company is planning to pour an investment of $1 billion into setting up Pakistan’s first deep-conversion oil refinery
• China steel mill in Gwadar.
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Gwadar Projects – Other than CPEC

This will create an immense and immediate need of housing; A fact that has stimulated Gwadar’s real estate market and resulted in manifold increase in property prices since the takeover of the port’s development by the Chinese. Experts believe that the confidence of Pakistani investors comes from knowing that it is a Chinese city on the Arabian sea coast, the Chinese will ensure that this project is successful.
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Population change leads to a changing demand for housing. Population growth, and particularly a growth in the number of households, leads to a growth in housing demand. At the same time, the supply of housing influences the opportunities for population increase through migration. Adequate housing supply might attract migrants or influence their choice of residential location. Source: Sixty-ninth session of the UNECE Committee on Housing and Land Management
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