Men chat in front of buildings in Karachi, Pakistan, in August. The appeal of Karachi, home to some 15 million people, two large seaports and Pakistan's financial infrastructure, is set to rise as China pumps in more than US$50 billion to boost infrastructure and transport links across the nation. Photo: Bloomberg

Just who will the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor really benefit?

Adnan Aamir says many in Pakistan see the projects as a way to boost the economy and solve unemployment woes. Others, however, worry about debt, an influx of Chinese workers and few opportunities for locals

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Men chat in front of buildings in Karachi, Pakistan, in August. The appeal of Karachi, home to some 15 million people, two large seaports and Pakistan's financial infrastructure, is set to rise as China pumps in more than US$50 billion to boost infrastructure and transport links across the nation. Photo: Bloomberg
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