Water Supply & Sewerage Authority (WASA) and Hydro China cooperation, in November 2014, agreed to build Dasherkandi Sewage Treatment Plant in Bangladesh. The construction of the project, funded by the Export-Import Bank of China, started in August 2018. It includes sewage treatment plants, pumping stations and a sewage pipe network with a sewage treatment capacity […]

In March 2017, the Chinese government agreed to provide RMB 300 million in grant funding for the construction of the 8th Bangladesh-China friendship bridge. The 1400 meters long bridge will be built on the Kocha river in Southern Bangladesh. It will accelerate the movement of people and goods between the Barisal and Khulna divisions. The […]

The government of Bangladesh, in 2010, invited China to develop and modernize the Chittagong Port. At that time, Bangladesh planned to develop the port and raise its bulk cargo handling capacity at an estimated cost of USD 8.7 billion. China pledged USD 9 billion for the transformation of the port. Later in 2019, Bangladesh granted […]

The government of Bangladesh and China signed MoU to develop three components of the Payra Deep Seaport in 2016. This is the third-largest port in the country, strategically located in the Patuakhali region on the banks of the Bay of Bengal. Two Chinese companies China Harbor Engineering Company (CHEC) and China State Engineering and Construction […]

In 2014, the government of Bangladesh’s decision to award Padma bridge rail link project to China Major Bridge Engineering Company (CMBEC) as the World Bank (WB), in 2012, withdrew funding for this project citing concerns over corruption among regional government officials. Padma Bridge project, connecting Dhaka to Jessore via Padma Bridge, started in 2016. With […]

Gwadar Smart Environment Sanitation project was approved in 7 th JCC held in November 2017. CDWPapproved PC-1 of project while Grant application, via Chinese embassy, has been forwarded to theMinistry of Commerce of the People’s Republic of China. In 2021, federal government has earmarked Rs400 million for project. Sourcehttp://cpec.gov.pk/project-details/96https://dailytimes.com.pk/773787/govt-allocates-rs23-billion-for-17-cpec-projects-under-psdp-2021-22/

To facilitate construction of additional terminals at Gwadar port and for smooth shipments at theexisting berthing facilities, this project is proposed for carrying out capital and maintenance dredging.With estimated cost of $ 27 million, the Gwadar Port Authority is responsible for dredging work. So far,PC-1 for feasibility study has been approved from DDWP. Sourcehttp://cpec.gov.pk/project-details/35

The construction of breakwaters aims to facilitate construction of additional terminals at Gwadar port.With an estimated cost of $ 123 million, the joint feasibility study of breakwaters completed in June Draft PC-1 of project has been submitted to the Ministry of Planning and Development and SpecialInitiatives for approval of CDWP. Sourcehttp://cpec.gov.pk/project-details/34