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Economic confrontation of shipping industry

Economic confrontation of shipping industry

Shipping as one of the world’s most global businesses bodes well at the zenith of world monetary movement. Transportation is viewed as the foundation of globalization and universal exchange, as 90% of the world exchange is helped through boats. Shipping …

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Decrepit public transit system of Pakistan

Decrepit public transit system of Pakistan

The availability of public transportation is the basic right of every inhabitant. Decrepit buses, taxis and rickshaws are common sight not only in Karachi, the largest city of Pakistan, but also in almost every large city, let alone the small …

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Last chance for Kashmir

Last chance for Kashmir

On 5th August, 2019, the Government of India revoked Article 370 and 35A of its Constitution, thereby, annexing and removing the stately existence of Jammu and Kashmir. This agonizing development brings back memories not just from the 70 years of …

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Dwindling global commodity prices

Dwindling global commodity prices

Global commodity prices plunged 5.3% on a monthly basis in August, as against 1.5% increase in July. During the month under review global commodity prices dropped in 4 of the last 10 months. The poor performance reflected a sharp drop …

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Warehousing paucity

Warehousing paucity

Pakistan being an agro-based economy imports vegetables, cotton and many other agro products which must be a primary concern for those who would like to address the issue of current account deficit. One of the foremost issues in this regard …

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Magnetize great investment future in Balochistan

Magnetize great investment future in Balochistan

Balochistan is the country’s poorest and least-developed province. The ever-neglected and discriminated masses of the province are still living in highest deprivation level and lowest development level. No foreign investors can be allured as long as the province remains in …

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