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Making CPEC successful

Making CPEC successful

In July, Pakistan went to International Monetary Fund (IMF) for a bailout package. There is a general perception that the momentum of CPEC projects are slowing down due to the concerns over the size of Pakistan’s debt and struggling economy. …

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How IMF programmes can increase corruption

How IMF programmes can increase corruption

Corruption is one of the greatest obstacles to economic development. It deprives nations of income to invest into public services, with adverse implications for education, health, well-being, and prosperity. The Global Economic Forum estimates that corruption costs the public coffers …

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Pakistan economic growth to remain fragile

Pakistan economic growth to remain fragile

Pakistan continues to suffer from ‘confidence deficit’, mainly because of poor economic indicators. Over the last one year, the level has gone down further because of the disparity because the officially released data and the ground realities. The miseries are …

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