A1. A joint venture investment scheme is a grouping of multiple entrepreneurs that pursue the development of a venture for profitable remunerations.
A2. There are a total of nineteen commercial industrial zones (CIZ) for the BIDE project in Balochistan province:
- Dera Allah Yar
- Killa Saif Ullah
Forty four industries are involved in the BIDE project:
- Advertising & Marketing
- Food processing & sales
- Food & Beverages
- Miscellaneous Services
- Publishing & Printing
- Real Estate
- Sea Transport
- Employment Training Mergers
- Waste Management & Collection
- Procurement Services
- Retail Sales
- Misc Business
- Postal/Courier Services
- Recreation/Live Entertainment
- Lighting Industry
- Business 2 Business Payments (B2B)
- Furniture Crafts
- Information & Culture
- Hotel, Restaurant & Leisure
- Flower industry
- Sports Leisure
- Bargaining Services
- MIL Services
- 3D Printing
- Natural Disaster Risk Management Services
- Heavy equipment rental
- Storage services
- Investment advisory services
A4. Ziarat, Quetta, Gwadar, Lasbela, Harnai, Awaran, Washuk, Jiwani
There is no set limit BIDE project is primarily based on continuous industrial expansion across the Balochistan province region.
A6. Awaran, Barkhan, Turbat, Lasbela, Mastung, Dera Allah Yar, Khuzdar, Kalat, Kharan, Kohlu, Musakhel, Panjgur, Washuk
A7. Residential apartments, industrial estates, service stations, retail parks, public markets, corporate buildings. Technological centres, workshops, factories. Training centres, hotels.
A8. There are three phases to BIDE project phase one has the longest duration consisting of five years of development plan across Balochistan province. Once the infrastructure is in place the second phase emphases on up skilling the provincial workforce under the soft skills & talent development initiative envisioning to diversifying the aptitude base. The third phase is introducing astute industrial technologies to further boost efficiency in mass production.
Construction and manufacturing sectors are the leading industries on BIDE project. Both of these subdivisions are mainly based on promoting infrastructure development and configuring domestic manufacturing enterprises to gain international dependency.