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Pakistan and global export review

Pakistan and global export review

The World Trade Organization (WTO) revealed that the world trade will continue to face strong headwinds in the year 2019 and 2020 after growing more slowly than predicted during last year because of rising trade tensions and increased economic unrest. …

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The odyssey of Pakistani furniture sector

The odyssey of Pakistani furniture sector

Pakistan, an agro-based economy with nominal GDP of $236 billion, imports furniture worth billions of rupees every year. During exhibitions, Pakistan-made furniture is exhibited, however, the imported furniture is given equal rather more preference. As regards prices, the imported furniture …

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Affection of consumers buying behavior in Pakistan

Affection of consumers buying behavior in Pakistan

International researchers revealed that the consumer behavior starting from knowing about the product and ending in actual purchase; is determined through various factors. Many studies on factors affecting consumer purchase behavior of many products are obtainable. However, relatively less research …

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The transition of power

The transition of power

As of 2019, the United States remains the dominant superpower of the world. It controls the most formidable army and enjoys influence across all continents in matters of governance, economics and diplomacy. But according to leading political experts, the American …

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Review of means of Pakistan’s transport system

Review of means of Pakistan’s transport system

Pakistan’s transportation has a wide and diverse system. In recent years, the new Pakistan National Highway has been completed, improving domestic trade and logistics. The Pakistan railway network owned by the Pakistan Railways Company has also expanded in recent years. …

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The glorious hour of Brexit

The glorious hour of Brexit

Three years ago, with the referendum of June 23, 2016, the British people decided with a percentage of almost 52% and with 71.8% participation the exit of Great Britain from the European Union. This great result was undoubtedly the first …

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Microfinancing for better future

Microfinancing for better future

The 2018 Economic Survey revealed that in Pakistan the percentage of people living below the poverty line has fallen over the decade but still stands worryingly at 24.3% in 2015-16. The adverse economic and social effects of poverty are well-researched …

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