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Affordable housing

Affordable housing

Pakistan has been experiencing rapid population growth together with rising levels of urbanization for a long time. The rising importance of urban areas is impacting not only population but also on the economic growth. In the process of urbanization, the …

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Win over modern, commercial shrimp farming

Win over modern, commercial shrimp farming

Sindh, Balochistan has huge sea food potential to take big share in world markets Shrimp is considered favorite seafood in many Western countries including USA. The demand for quality shrimp worldwide is growing each year. Depletion of natural shrimp stocks …

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Record lending to SMEs

Record lending to SMEs

Providing level playing field can strengthen the sector, says UNISAME Chief According to State Bank of Pakistan lending to small and medium enterprises (SMEs) by banks in Pakistan was for the first time recorded at Rs513 billion for CY18 as …

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SME financing reaching milestone; an overview

SME financing reaching milestone; an overview

Many economic experts mention that the Small and Medium Enterprises (SME) sector is contributing 30 percent towards Pakistan’s GDP, employ greater than 80 percent of non-agricultural workforce and generate 25 percent in export earnings. Thus, SME sector has huge potential …

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Industrialization’s strategic plan

Industrialization’s strategic plan

At no point in recent history have calls for Pakistan to industrialize been stronger than they have been now. Industrialization is arguably the most talked about subject among policymakers since years in Pakistan. Yet, action on the ground has so …

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Power of solar energy to empower Pakistan

Power of solar energy to empower Pakistan

The Islamic Republic of Pakistan which became an independent state in 1947 is governed by a federal parliamentary constitution. It is globally the sixth most populous country with a population of approximately 200 million people and a comparatively high population …

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