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Is it possible to meet IMF conditions?

Is it possible to meet IMF conditions?

When the Government of Pakistan (GoP) entered into an agreement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for a bailout program one of the biggest apprehension was that the conditions imposed by the Fund may plunge the country deeper into problems. …

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Why trade wars have no winners

Why trade wars have no winners

Public support for free trade is shrinking and the long-standing political consensus that trade liberalization is beneficial is under attack. The US in particular has recently shifted towards protectionism by imposing tariffs and continuously threatening its largest trading partners, in particular the …

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Hot money attraction

Hot money attraction

It is important for the government to revive the economy but it is equally important to attract foreign investors to invest in the country. Economic team of the government has recently visited US and Europe and tried their best to …

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Bottlenecks in attracting FDI into Pakistan

Bottlenecks in attracting FDI into Pakistan

Globalization has made the world shrink into a small unit where action of one country can easily be felt by other countries due to connected deeds irrespective of borders. International affairs in general and economic activities in particular, among the …

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How Would a Carbon Tax Impact Energy Bills

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Earlier this month the IMF released a report, finding that putting a $75 per ton carbon tax in place by 2030 would cause average global energy prices from coal to increase by 214 percent. Out of all the countries the IMF assessed, France’s power …

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