Friday, May 20, 2022

Indonesia Offers Coal For CPEC Power Projects

Pakistan Adam M Tugio, the Indonesian coal sector is well-developed, and the country can supply coal to Pakistan for power projects under the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC).

The ambassador added during a meeting with businessmen in Lahore that his country could also supply coal to the domestic large-scale manufacturing industry.

The meeting was aimed at fostering bilateral cooperation and increasing Pakistan’s imports of Indonesian coal. He also stated that the Pakistani government was devoting special attention to the development of infrastructure and energy schemes as part of the CPEC, with coal being a major component of the energy projects.

He believed that a consortium of Indonesian exporters could easily meet a major portion of Pakistan’s coal demand by trading with local businessmen.

Pakistan got coal imports from South Africa, Russia, Australia, Afghanistan, and China, he said, in addition to Indonesia.

Indonesian coal exports to Pakistan might reach $1 billion, as per the ambassador.

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  1. good to hear that but govt should invites a few more companies to produce cheapest electricity, Europe countries and cellular companies working in pakistan.

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