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Global warming will increase poverty and inequality

Global warming will increase poverty and inequality

Original agenda of Paris meeting of 2015 relating to seventeen highlighted Sustainable Development Goals to be achieved by 2030 had placed climate change or global warming concern at 13th level, whereas apprehensions relating to failure of arresting global warming at 1.50% level keeping in view climatic changes happenings during last …

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Transport in Pakistan

Transport in Pakistan

Analysis of Economic survey of Pakistan showed in Pakistan transport has an indispensable role in economic activity. With no physical access to resources and markets, economic growth and development would not be possible. An effective transport system is, therefore, a fundamental element in enabling sustainable economic development as it assists …

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CPEC: A Win Win Trajectory for Pakistan & China

CPEC: A Win Win Trajectory for Pakistan & China

Power to influence others is an essential and common trait of inter-state diplomacy which can be classified in the domains of military, economic, political and visionary prospects of countries which may be in the form of soft power or the hard one. China is the real time example of soft …

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Geo-economic reforms – China is a hope

Geo-economic reforms – China is a hope

The current year as well as the preceding years has seen a series of crisis that will mark the modern history. The efforts from states to shed-off the worst effects of COVID-19 in global financial markets, warning heightened conflict between states, is waged by proxy through the override of commercial …

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IBA China Study Centre hosts G3 CPEC Summit

IBA China Study Centre hosts G3 CPEC Summit2

The China Study Centre (CSC) at the Institute of Business Administration (IBA) Karachi hosted a day-long summit titled, ‘CPEC: Emerging Geopolitical and Geo-Economic Landscape Opportunities and Challenges’ at the IBA City Campus. Attendees included policymakers, opinion builders, academia, media, members of the IBA faculty, staff and students. The aim of …

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CPEC holds huge significance for Pakistan’s economy

CPEC holds huge significance for Pakistan’s economy

Interview with Sardar Shoukat Popalzai – President, Balochistan Economic Forum PAGE: How would you comment on CPEC as a game changer? Sardar Shoukat Popalzai: A Massive $62 billion investment project underway in Pakistan — the China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is seen as a game changer for the country’s economy. It …

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CPEC has much care for the masses

CPEC has much care for the masses

Growth of CPEC vital in terms of the solution of energy issues Interview with Malik Muhammad Illyas — a businessman from Badin PAGE: Tell me something about yourself, please: Malik Muhammad Illyas: I am owner of petroleum service and President Petroleum Dealers of district Badin. I am former President Press Club …

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Pakistan is in a best position for FDI

Pakistan is in a best position for FDI

Interview with Mr Ashfaq Yousuf Tola — President, TOLA ASSOCIATES PAKISTAN & GULF ECONOMIST had an exclusive conversation with Mr Ashfaq Yousuf Tola regarding FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT and EASE OF DOING BUSINESS. Excerpts of the conversation are as follows: A crucial aspect and effect of globalization has been cross-border flows of …

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PAGE Annual 2021 (Facts & Figures)

Hotel, Tourism and Aviation Industry (Facts & Figures)

Trade In Pakistan (Million US $) Period Exports (BOP) Growth Rate Imports (BOP) Growth Rate Balance of Trade Value Cumulative Value Cumulative Monthly Period to Period Monthly Period to Period Mar-21 2,611 18,704 19.9 2.3 5,412 37,535 20.4 10.0 -18,831 Apr-21 2,304 21,008 -11.8 6.6 4,998 42,533 -7.6 14.1 -21,525 …

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Govt taking right steps for rice production, export

Govt taking right steps for rice production, export

In the world, experts recorded that rice is the most significant human food crop, directly feeding more people than any other crop. According to the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), the total rice production globally stood nearly 755 million metric tonnes in 2018. According to the international sources, …

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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 sides on Friday were extended at the last moment for …

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