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Energy crisis and CPEC contribution

Pressing energy requirement in Pakistan – A key visit to China

Five years back, there was severe load shedding in Pakistan and foreign investors were reluctant in investing in the infrastructure sector especially in the power sector of Pakistan. Despite having vast energy resources especially coal reserves and water yet Pakistan couldn’t utilize …

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Not so mini (Budget)

Not so mini (Budget)

New government immediately after assuming power started working on reviving the economy of the country. Federal Minister for Finance, Revenue, and Economic Affairs presented certain revisions in the federal budget for fiscal year 2018-19 approved in May 2018 to the …

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Challenges in banking sector of Pakistan

Challenges in banking sector of Pakistan

In last few years, banking system in Pakistan has entered into a new phase of evolution yet facing various issues, where political instability and economic uncertainty remain the main problem. On one side, banks are making profits, defaults are on …

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Multi-pronged strategy required to meet objectives

Multi-pronged strategy required to meet objectives

The newly installed government in Pakistan faces a number of mammoth tasks like foreign policy issues, weakening currency, booming population, maintaining momentum of GDP growth targets and continuous struggle with energy policy. In order to counter these challenges, the government …

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The smart grid in Naya Pakistan

The smart grid in Naya Pakistan

Enormous challenges lie ahead for the newly-formed government in Pakistan. One of the acutest conundrums is the power outages/load-shedding, let alone the price of the utility. By and large, the discussion about electricity in Pakistan begins with a few topics …

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