According to a recent report by Gwadar port (revealed by CPEC info), 91% of the revenue generated from Gwadar went to China. In the last three years, the economic activity at the hot water port has seen a rise.
As per the report, the port generated Rs. 358.151 million ever since the inception of the project in 2016. Out of the revenue generated, GPA (Gwadar Port Authority) received only Rs. 32.324 million over the span of three years. (~ source: cpecinfo.com)
The port is yet not fully functional but is still producing sustainable income for both China and Pakistan. As per the details of the agreement issued by the Ministry of Maritime Affairs, China Overseas Ports Holding enjoys the lion’s share of 91 per cent share in Gwadar International Terminal.
On the other hand, Gwadar Marine Services while Gwadar Port Authority holds only 9 per cent share. However, GPA (Gwadar Port Authority) enjoys only 15 per cent share in the Gwadar Free Zone.