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TAPI Natural Gas Pipeline Project to be Launched in 2021

313ghazi

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In my opinion it should be direct road with no connections to Pakistan and monitored on all bits... and minimum speed should be 45kmh...
It will require whole division to monitor. Not economical.
Could be a railway line freight. Scan it as it comes into the country either side.

Ultimately closer ties would help build diplomacy and find a non military solution to our disputes. Unfortunately current Sanghi govt only needs nuking.
 

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This goes back to the basic question. Is India a enemy, a friend or just a neighbour. If it is the two later ones then open the border, let trade flourish. Pakistani consumer would be the biggest beneficiary. Cheaper and better everything in India. But please give up on Kashmir and make peace.

The problem with Pakistan is they can't make up their minds. enemy or not? That is the question.

india is our number 1 enemy forever.
TAPI Natural Gas Pipeline Project to be Launched in 2021

Posted 4 mins ago by Ahsan Gardezi

Asian Development Bank | Natural Gas Pipeline Project | ProPakistani


The first phase of the Turkmenistan–Afghanistan–Pakistan–India Natural Gas Pipeline project is planned to be launched in 2021, says the Asian Development Bank (ADB).


In its latest report ‘Asian Economic Integration Report 2021’, the ADB stated that the Central Asia Regional Economic Cooperation’s (CAREC) large regional energy and infrastructure projects have been on track, including the flagship Turkmenistan–Uzbekistan– Tajikistan–Afghanistan–Pakistan Power Interconnection Framework, and Central Asia–South Asia Electricity Transmission and Trade Project.

The report added that the ADB is also implementing a technical assistance (TA) project to support the government of Pakistan on economic corridor planning to reap expanded regional cooperation and integration benefits.

The report mentioned that the health and socioeconomic impact of the pandemic and virus containment measures are hurting cross border migration. Migrants from top source countries in Asia (including India, the PRC, Bangladesh, Pakistan, and the Philippines) were hit hard, while job and income losses had dire consequences for their families in their native countries.

The region’s export volume barely grew by 0.05 percent in 2019 which is a significant drop from the 2018 growth rate of 3.5 percent. Most of the major exporter economies in Asia had either negative or decelerating growth rates. Those with negative growth rates included Hong Kong, China (–7.3%), Indonesia (–3.3%), Thailand (–3.0%), Japan (–1.9%), Malaysia (–2.0%), the Republic of Korea (–1.8%), and Singapore (–3.0%).
The Liberalization Quality Indicator captures the openness of an economy to foreign investment, or conversely, the degree of control maintained by a state over foreign investment.
The indicator is based on the coding of three provisions related to entry: the regulation of foreign investment entry (admission clause), the regulation of transfer of investment-related funds out of the host state, and the presence of non-economic standards.

The index provides a proxy for an economy’s stance on the FDI capital transfers (equity, reinvested earnings, or profit shifting) and long-term capital movements. The report highlighted that the results suggest that economies with a low score (Myanmar, the PRC, and Vietnam) tend to have a more restrictive approach to foreign investors, whereas economies with a high score (Vanuatu, India, and Pakistan) are more open to foreign investment.
Asia’s largest source of remittances remains the Middle East with an inflow of $100.4 billion in 2019, 5.3 percent ($5.0 billion) more than in 2018. Almost all outflows went to two Asian subregions, South Asia (82.3 percent) and Southeast Asia (17.4 percent) — around 50 percent (about 21 million) of migrants from South Asia and 20 percent (about 4 million) from Southeast Asia reside in the Middle East.

India, Pakistan, and the Philippines received a total of $76.6 billion, equivalent to 76.3 percent of Middle East outflows to Asia and 53.1 percent of its outflows worldwide. Year-to-date remittances in the second quarter (Q2) of 2020 grew in India (3.5 percent YoY) and Pakistan (8.8 percent), suggesting that the pandemic had not affected remittance-sending behavior.
Growth in internet retailing has been robust across Asian economies. Growth has accelerated in recent years in a number of Asian countries. Notably, the share of foreign retailing sales has grown at a faster pace across geographic clusters in the past few years.

Compounded annualized growth is highest in Pakistan, while the share of foreign internet retailing in Uzbekistan tops the region. The range of internet retailing sales-to GDP ratios in 2018 remains wide, between 20 percent and less than 0.02 percent.

The report further noted that from 2017 to 2020, the share of workers in creative and multimedia has increased by 34 percent in Bangladesh and by 40 percent in Indonesia.
To date, it accounts for around 59 percent of Bangladesh’s online workforce and 74 percent of Indonesia’s online workforce. In the Philippines, creative and multimedia online workers share the bulk of online employment (47 percent) while its share is 31 percent in Pakistan.

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NO WAY will the indians be part of this. But TAP will flourish.
 

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TAPI is an American sponsored project. The Americans have been dreaming of materializing this project for decades. It is a dead horse. It won’t be realized.
 

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I have been hearing about TAPI and Iran-Pakistan (minus India) for the last 15 years or so. If I am not wrong the actual proposal dates back to 90s or 80s.

I will always dismiss these deadlines until the gas pipeline is laid and the gas has started flowing in these countries. These projects are so difficult that even if the pipeline is there they may never see the daylight due to various political and strategic reasons.
 

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They should rename the project to Modi Da Yaar Pipeline Project.

The elitist Pakistani power usurpers just cannot let go of the lactating Indian teet.
 

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while this guy is spinning the history to build his narrative (getting key facts wrong about Afghan history) if it is indeed true the US is trying to broker a deal between the Taliban and Turkmenistan, it could be an unofficial acceptance by the US of Taliban rule in Kabul soon enough. Also, at $10 million/month transit fee it could create a minimal foundation to ensure some basic social services. If the US is brokering this deal for Turkmenistan, it could also be Turkmenistan that ends up hosting US bases. An air corridor from Incirlik to Turkmenistan wouldn’t have to cross Iranian, Russian, Pakistani or Chinese air space. There hasn’t been any word either way from Turkmenistan on the issue of bases. IMHO, The Mary 2 air base will probably be the future CT base.


Turkey may also be involved to broker this deal, but that is just further speculation on my part due to Turkish air bases and air space most probably being used to make this possible.

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I'll believe when I see it. This thing has been in the works for 25 years.
TAPI is an American sponsored project. The Americans have been dreaming of materializing this project for decades. It is a dead horse. It won’t be realized.
Americans don't care about TAPI....that's why it went nowhere. They prefer India buy LNG from American shale.
 

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