China's Pak Corridor

Atal, Maha
May 2010
Forbes Asia;May2010, Vol. 6 Issue 6, p22
The article reports on the economic relations between Balochistan, Pakistan and China. Andrew Small, a fellow at the German Marshall Fund, acknowledges the importance of such relationship because of India's economic growth. He says that India's capacity to operate elsewhere will be restricted by China's control of Pakistan's commodities corridor. Moreover, China favors to stay in the province although it is a key battleground in the wars threatening Pakistan.


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