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Suggestions for debt management

Suggestions for debt management

Globally, fast rising trend of both external and domestic debt, emerging in 2008 and onwards due to economic recession has engulfed the entire financial world in a whirlpool of fiscal deficit both in developed and developing economies. Some of the …

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Setting the priorities in post-pandemic era

Setting the priorities in post-pandemic era

More than one year has passed but the battle against pandemic still continues. Governments and businesses are struggling hard to reduce the damages caused by the on-going Covid-19 pandemic to the socio-economic fabric across the world without any discrimination of …

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Economic stance is better under advance reform agenda

Economic stance is better under advance reform agenda

Interview with Mr Ashfaq Yousuf Tola – President, Tola Associates PAKISTAN & GULF ECONOMIST had an exclusive conversation with Mr Ashfaq Yousuf Tola regarding The Multilateral Instrument (MLI), Tax Revenue Collection, Foreign Direct Investment, Balance of Payment and the outlook …

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Pakistan’s economic on the resilience track

Pakistan’s economic on the resilience track

The Pakistan’s economy has been characterized as unstable and highly vulnerable to external and internal shocks. However, the economy proved to be unexpectedly resilient in the face of multiple adverse events. The economy of Pakistan is the 22nd largest in …

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