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Challenges and opportunities

Challenges and opportunities

Pakistan is facing various challenges where some are because of international factors but most of Pakistan’s current problems are self-created, which could have been avoided or at least would have been better managed. Whether it’s the large population to feed, …

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Payment system review

Payment system review

The State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) incessantly adopted contractionary monetary policy and kept the interest rate at 13.25 percent while on the other side the government had reduced profit rates on the National Savings Schemes. Experts viewed that the falling …

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Independence day (Facts & Figures)

Independence day (facts & Figures)

Structure Of Interest Rates In Pakistan w.e.f. SBP Reverse Repo Rate SBP Repo Rate SBP Policy (Target) Rate 24-Mar-15 8.00 5.50 – 25-May-15 7.00 5.00 6.50 14-Sep-15 6.50 4.50 6.00 23-May-16 6.25 4.25 5.75 29-Jan-18 6.50 4.50 6.00 28-May-18 7.00 …

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Electronics & Home Appliances (Facts & Figures)

COVID- 19 pandemic ushers new wave of digitalization (Facts & Figures)

Production of selected Large-Scale Manufacturing (during Jul – May) Items Weights Adjusted Weights Percentage Change Items Weights Adjusted Weights Percentage Change FY19 FY18 FY19 FY18 Textile 20.91 29.74 -0.32 0.51 Iron & Steel Products 5.39 7.67 -10.78 22.02 Cotton Yarn …

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Popularity of Islamic banks system

Popularity of Islamic banks system

The financial tsunami that erupted in 2008 has swept the global financial community, and the major financial giants also fell into disarray. Even if the commercial banks in China with a low degree of internationalization have also caused heavy loss. …

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Skyrocketing interest rate

Skyrocketing interest rate

The Pakistan’s economy is facing numerous challenges, which has impacted the overall economic activity. The economy is still and essentially bedeviled by large size and inefficient public sector, low rate of savings and investment, persistent large budget deficits, and inconsistent …

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