HIGHER REACHES ANSWERS: Why Chinese car makers are setting up shop in Pakistan [January 26, 2021]

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1. the Alsvin selling out; the opening of many new factories for Chinese carmakers in the country (any 1)

2. C

3. the Belt and Road initiative

4. MCM/ Master Chang’an Motors (any 1)

5. reignited

6. A

7. because India has restricted Chinese investment; because China and Pakistan have been allies for a long time; China and India are at a stand-off over the Ladakh region of Kashmir (any 2)

8. (i) NG

(ii) T

(iii) F

(iv) NG

9. C

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