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‘One size doesn’t fit all’

‘One size doesn’t fit all’

The origin of the modern Islamic banking system can be traced back to the very birth of Islam when the Holy Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him) himself acted as an agent for his wife’s trading operations. Islamic partnerships known …

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Americans Owe $1.7 Trillion in Student Loans

Infographics

The value of outstanding student loans in the United States has now reached $1.7 trillion, according to the Federal Reserve. That sum is owed by 45 million borrowers and it is the country’s second highest consumer debt category after mortgage debt. …

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A Review Of The Banking Sector (Facts & Figures)

Where to Invest? (Facts & Figures)

Credit/Loans Classified By Borrowers In Pakistan* (Million Rupees) Description Sep-20 (R) Oct-20(R) Nov-20(R) Dec-20(P) 1. Credit to Government Sector (A+B) 15,005,562 14,974,023 14,919,380 15,178,639 A. SBP Credit to Government Sector (Net) 6,244,544 6,329,892 6,126,305 5,941,522 Investment in Govt. Securities 7,076,025 …

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Pakistan on the crossroad of unconventional investment trends

Pakistan on the crossroad of unconventional investment trends

Amidst the post-pandemic scenario, the fast-paced, craftily competitive, exceedingly uncertain and globally challenging business scenario has dramatically raised the investment consciousness of stakeholders. Pakistan, being an emerging economy with the land of ample investment opportunities, must adapt to innovative ways …

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Pakistan on the crossroad of unconventional investment trends

Pakistan on the crossroad of unconventional investment trends

Amidst the post-pandemic scenario, the fast-paced, craftily competitive, exceedingly uncertain and globally challenging business scenario has dramatically raised the investment consciousness of stakeholders. Pakistan, being an emerging economy with the land of ample investment opportunities, must adapt to innovative ways …

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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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Inflation begets poverty

Inflation begets poverty

Mr Imran Khan, the premier of Pakistan, says that if poverty rises, we will not win war against pandemic. He is right and it is a cause of massive concern at the moment. The prime objective of the Government of …

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