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Belt and Road

Pakistan's Khan to allay Beijing fears over stalled Belt and Road

Prime minister wants more investment despite mounting CPEC concerns

Imran Khan, Prime Minister of Pakistan, is due to speak at China-Pakistan business forum on Tuesday.   © Reuters

ISLAMABAD -- Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan is due to speak at a high profile China-Pakistan business forum on Tuesday armed with one core message: His country remains open to Chinese investment.

His two-day visit to Beijing comes amid recent uncertainty over the future of projects under China's planned $62 billion investment. These were promised as part of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, or CPEC -- Chinese President Xi Jinping's signature project of the Belt and Road initiative.

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