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External debt: a lot of challenges ahead

External debt: a lot of challenges ahead

In the shaping of economic growth of any country, researchers revealed that external debt plays both an optimistic as well as pessimistic role mainly in the developing countries. It is useful when any government uses external debt for investment-oriented projects …

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China’s GDP Growth Stabilizes at Decade Low

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The National Bureau of Statistics of China released a slew of economic data on Wednesday, including the highly-anticipated official update on GDP growth for the first quarter of 2019. According to preliminary estimates, China’s economy grew by 6.4 percent in the first …

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Turning loans into prosperity?

Turning loans into prosperity?

Yes, you read it right with a big question mark from Pakistan’s perspective. Recently global lending institution International Monetary Fund (IMF) has rang bell that world economies are on borrowing spree, globe’s current debt pile of $164 trillion is bigger …

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Cabinet reshuffle for better or worse?

Cabinet reshuffle for better or worse?

In the aftermath of growing criticism, Prime Minister, Imran Khan has found some scapegoats and reshuffled his cabinet. The induction of minister previously associated with rival political parties has attracted criticism as well discontent among PTI lovers. Selection of ex-ministers …

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Economic Slowdown Felt Around the World

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Whether it’s the Chinese manufacturing sector contracting or oils prices falling – signs of a global economic slowdown are plenty these days. The reasons are just as diverse, and include U.S.-China trade tensions, economic turmoil in countries like Argentina, Turkey and Venezuela, …

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