ISLAMABAD: Twenty-one energy projects planned under China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) will double Pakistan’s current capacity of electricity production by producing 16,400-megawatt electricity after their completion, says a report. The report, which is based on research work and surveys, said that the unprecedented CPEC has provided 60,000 jobs to Pakistanis since 2015 and that it would create over 800,000 new jobs in different sectors by 2030. It was jointly prepared by the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants Pakistan and the Pakistan-China Institute. The CPEC has been leaving motivational impacts on different sectors in Pakistan through its plentiful economic benefits and opportunities. Foreign Minister Khawaja Muhammad Asif said at the report’s launching ceremony that the CPEC power project has brought a great change in Pakistan’s energy sector. Published in Daily Times, March 3rd 2018.