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A portrait of Gwadar, a Linchpin in Chinas Plan to Revive the Old Silk Road

Fishermen make their way to shore with their catch in Gwadar, Balochistan, Pakistan, on Tuesday, July 4, 2018. What used to be a small fishing town on the southwestern corner of Pakistan is giving way for construction of roads and buildings to house banks, insurance and clearing agents. China Overseas Port Holdings, Gwadar Ports operator, has separately spent $250 million to add five new cranes, construct a building in less than six months by importing ready made parts and create space for a free zone. Photographer: Asim Hafeez/Bloomberg via Getty Images
A portrait of Gwadar, a Linchpin in Chinas Plan to Revive the Old Silk Road
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997475548
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July 04, 2018
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Object name:
PAKISTAN GWADAR
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