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Experts are Pessimistic About the Economy

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Economic development is expected to deteriorate significantly from +32% currently to -5% worldwide according to the study “Global Economic Outlook (GEO) Score”. The score for the expected development within the next six months lowers globally. Overall, the most negative estimation …

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The Most Profitable Companies in the World

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Apple has long been known as the world’s most profitable company, but those days are over. By preparing to be publicly listed, Saudi state oil company Saudi Aramco had to disclose company reports and was subsequentially rated by Moody’s to have earned …

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The World’s Most Competitive Economies

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Last week, the World Economic Forum released its annual study on the competitiveness of the global economy. One of the most important takeaways from the report was an index ranking assessing the microeconomic and macroeconomic foundations of national competitiveness. The World Economic Forum …

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The Countries Most in Debt to China

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According to research recently published by the Kiel Institute for the World Economy, there are seven countries in the world whose external loan debt to China surpasses 25 percent of their GDP. Three (Djibouti, Niger and The Republic of the Congo) …

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High time to understand CPEC’S vision and priorities

High time to understand CPEC’S vision and priorities

Pakistan can become important part of China’s futuristic technologies On October 07, 2019, the President, Dr. Arif Alvi, has promulgated an ordinance for the establishment of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor Authority (CPECA) to accelerate the CPEC-related activities, coordination among stake …

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Making CPEC successful

Making CPEC successful

In July, Pakistan went to International Monetary Fund (IMF) for a bailout package. There is a general perception that the momentum of CPEC projects are slowing down due to the concerns over the size of Pakistan’s debt and struggling economy. …

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