Pakistan is awash with a tidal wave of Chinese infrastructure projects.
The small town of Gwadar, for example, was a forgotten end of the earth, filled with dust-colored cinder-block houses that lined trash-strewn streets and ringed by cliffs, desert and the Arabian Sea. Yet this sleepy fishing town has erupted with development over the past few years. A Chinese delegation inaugurated its sparkling new container port in early April, as part of a deal by which China will build and have rights over the port.
China has agreed to spend an extraordinary $46 billion in investment throughout Pakistan, far more than the annual U.S.… Seguir leyendo »