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Tight economic situation

Tight economic situation

Prime Minister claims that the government has created financial discipline for the first time in the history of the country whereas current account is in surplus for the first time in last 17 years. International media is praising Pakistan on …

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Foreign debt in statistics

Foreign debt in statistics

Presently Pakistan’s external debt and liabilities reached historical level of $113.8 billion at the end of September 2020, due to fresh borrowing from multilateral and bilateral sources on account of public debt. The economists reveal that economic growth and development …

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Threat of growing black economy

Threat of growing black economy

It is not only the challenge of Cvoid-19 pandemic looming on the horizon of country’s economy, but also it is growing size of black economy, outcome of corrupt practices flourishing with dimensions like manipulation of funds allocated for development expenditures, …

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Policies and pandemics

Policies and pandemics

Previous research on plagues and pandemics ranging from 14th century to the recent Spanish flu has established that pandemics greatly reshape how a society functions. As initially, the pandemic strains the health system, however, the stress becomes apparent in other …

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Review of Pakistan’s foreign loans

Review of Pakistan’s foreign loans

The present government of Pakistan statistics showed that, took over $13 billion in foreign loans in the previous fiscal year — the second highest amount in history — to repay maturing external debt and cushion the shrinking foreign exchange reserves. …

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