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China Pakistan Economic Corridor - Pakistan development & disaster risk management perspective / [compiled by] Alhasan Systems (Pvt) Ltd
- Alhasan Systems
- [Islamabad] : Alhasan Systems (Pvt) Ltd., 2015.
- Shows China global economic corridor, NATO supply routes, China Pakistan economic corridor routes (3 classes), infrastructure projects (airports, agriculture, banking, communication, coal mining, education, health, ports, security, solar power, transportation, water resource development, wind power, gas pipelines, and hydro power), 3 classes of roads, roads under construction, and railroads. Also shows disaster perspectives: tectonic plate boundaries, union councils at risk of riverine flood, and districts at risk of flash flood. Pakistan administrative divisions are color-coded. Includes notes about infrastructure projects and statistical information about Pakistan's major roads network and railway network (July 2015). Includes inset map Pakistan railway network. Ancillary maps show Eurasian trade corridors which are part of China's Global Economic Corridor Plan and Pakistan's key role in supplying NATO troops engaged in Afghanistan. Includes 5 ancillary maps: China Global Economic Corridor Plan. Scale 1:27,000,000 -- China Pakistan Economic Corridor. Scale 1:11,000,000 -- Gwadar City. Scale 1:178,000 -- NATO supply routes, Pakistan. Scale 1:11,000,000 -- NATO supply routes, international coverage. Scale 1:24,000,000. "Creation date: August 1, 2015." "Projection/datum: WGS 84 Geographic."
- Pakistan—Foreign economic relations—China—Maps, China—Foreign economic relations—Pakistan—Pāṭa—Maps, Infrastructure (Economics)—Maps, Natural hazards—Maps, and Thematic maps
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- G7641.G2 2015 .A4
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