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Demand-Supply

demand-supply

An attempt to reduce distributional equity through consumer financing Affordable housing is a common concern of developing nations like Pakistan. Developing countries are the victims of housing shortage, which is in critical condition over the past decade. Every political party …

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Prevalence of uncertainty in consumer finance

Prevalence of uncertainty in consumer finance

Consumer finance is in inverse proportion to discount rate. There is no denying that low discount rate all over the globe is an indication of spike in consumer finance. Low discount rate undoubtedly underpins the consumer financing opportunities substantially both …

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Consumer finance under covid-19

Consumer finance under covid-19

In the first quarter of 2020, the world was faced with Covid-19 pandemic. Globally, factories were shut down, trade was severely disrupted, stock markets crashed, airports all over the world were deserted, and businesses remained closed to contain the coronavirus …

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Pakistan and IMF talks still at odds

Pakistan and IMF talks still at odds

Pakistan and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) are still talking about raising taxes and electricity tariff at the last leg of technical-level discussions to put US$6 billion Extended Fund Facility (EFF) back on track. The virtual talks between the two …

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Review of car financing in Pakistan

Review of car financing in Pakistan

Studies identified that the significance of the financial system rises with the passage of time as states are moving towards economic development. As the economy becomes wealthier, the financial sector becomes larger. People need to borrow funds from the financial …

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The growth of LSM in Pakistan

The growth of LSM in Pakistan

According to the Asian Development Bank (ADB) present report-2021 Pakistan’s economic growth rebounded to 3.9 percent in FY2020-2021 and is predicted to reach 4.0 percent in FY2021-22, as business activity steadily resumed in the second year of the Covid-19 pandemic. …

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