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Vague policies linger FDI into Pakistan

FDI inflows likely to keep up at moderate pace

According to the January 2018 report of “Global Finance,” an English-language American monthly financial magazine with a Global circulation of over 50,000, the potential attractiveness of Pakistan for investment is a lot lower than India, which has received the Global …

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Diversifying economy of UAE

Diversifying economy of UAE

No doubt, United Arab Emirates commercial activity have a highest economic freedom in the Arab world. There is a wealth of opportunities to rise for UAE companies. These trading movement assists to reduce poverty in the country, generate further career …

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Review of saving-investment gap in Pakistan

Review of saving-investment gap in Pakistan

Because of contained inflation in Pakistan, the Ministry of Finance revealed that there was rise in consumption both by private agents and general government. It was mentioned in a statement that for July-March FY2018 current account deficit remained at US$ …

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Rapid paradigm shift in education need of the hour

Rapid paradigm shift in education need of the hour

Pakistan’s education sector is being identified as poor quality by independent analysts since long. The education sector is getting the least importance when it comes to the allocation of development expenditures from both the federal and provincial governments. The situation …

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Choosing the right financing option for CPEC

Choosing the right financing option for CPEC

CPEC and its importance China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, or CPEC, is an initiative that has potential to take Pakistan’s economy to a significantly higher stage of development and bring unparalleled benefits to both Pakistan and China. This initiative is part of …

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The downside of Pakistan’s agri products

The downside of Pakistan’s agri products

Economists believe that agriculture can help assist in reduction of poverty, increase incomes and enhance food security for 80 percent of the world’s poor living in rural areas and chiefly working as farmers. Unfortunately this sector of Pakistan has a …

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