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Dear Sir,


We are setting up "Industry Resource Center" (BKIT + Trade Hose) (USA 0 KM Platform) for capturing upcoming business opportunities due to infrastructure development under CPEC, covering:

i. Professional services BKIT (Banks/Investment companies, Knowledge shop - R&D org/Universities, ICT/IT Co, Training) under one roof for 7 potential sectors in particular for SME's by taking relevant organizations on board.
ii. Networking with overseas Pakistanis for association; as professionals and investors (partner or collaborators).
iii. Trade house by taking 7 potential sectors USA based equipment manufacturers on board as collaborators or partners.

The presentation with video description at link below is attached.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0BeWC0uKeZI&t=3s

Looking forward to hear from your side.
Cell/Whatsapp: 0092-300-8461297
Email: tecrana@gmail.com

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Chinas Big Blue Challenge - Water

A crisis is developing beneath China’s thirsty farms and cities, but  no one knows its full extent. With about 20% of the world’s population but only about 5–7% of global freshwater resources, China draws heavily on groundwater. Those reserves are being depleted at an alarming rate...

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Chinas Big Blue Challenge - Water
Chinas Big Blue Challenge - Water
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Shared Water Resources in Western Asia: an Inventory Approach

The sharing of water resources has been an influential feature affecting life, society and development in the Arabian Peninsula, the Mashrek and Mesopotamia for millennia. Historically, communities living in these arid and semi-arid regions always shared the water of rivers, springs and wadis, although this was more out of necessity than idealism. Water resources were traditionally managed at the local level, with tensions emerging between Bedouins, shepherds, pastoralists andgrowing urban centres. Water management and irrigation schemes –...

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