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Pakistan takes on Chinese language as ties grow

China is investing billions of dollars in Pakistan as part of its 'belt and road' initiative to revive the old Silk Road. The influx of Chinese companies is triggering an unprecedented interest among Pakistanis to learn Chinese. And many government and private institutes are keen to help them. TRT world's Kamran Yousaf visited one in Islamabad.

Pakistanis keen to learn Chinese | Money Talks

Pakistanis keen to learn Chinese | Money Talks

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Chinese investment in Sri Lanka is adding to its rivalry with India

Why is China investing in Sri Lanka?

Why is China investing in Sri Lanka?

New Silk Road

New Silk Road

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