• Industry Analysis
    business policy at government level and the negative image of Pakistan. | 0.15 | 4 | 0.60 | No R&D among Companies | 0.10 | 3 | 0.30 | Increase in energy crisis effects the production and whole process | 0.10 | 3 | 0.30 | With rivalry, chinies brands are also here, which are cheap | 0.10...
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  • Water Crises
    suffering crisis impacts 4 Effects on climate 5 Outlook 6 Conventional fossil or nuclear energy based desalination 7 Solar energy based desalination 8 Global experiences in managing water crisis 9 See also 10 References 11 Resources 12 External links According to Nature (2010), about 80% of...
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  • The Three P's of Pakistan's Economy: Progress, Problems & Perspectives
    financial crisis resulted in a slow down in Pakistan’s overall economic activities. The other factor for this slow down are the demand-contradict policies of the government. Industrial sector has borne the major impact. Energy consumption being an integral part of all the economic activities has...
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  • Faizan
    . Energy Crisis and Pakistan An energy crisis is any great shortfall (or price rise) in the supply of energy resources to an economy. It usually refers to the shortage of oil and additionally to electricity or other natural resources. The crisis often has effects on the rest of the economy, with many...
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  • Pakistan 2020
    loss of revenue. As Charles Ebinger and Kashif Hasnie aptly remarked, “Even if the Taliban and its Pakistani allies were to disappear tomorrow, Pakistan in the absence of a plan to deal with its energy crisis will remain in darkness—literally and figuratively.”18 Pakistan ranks 38th in the world in...
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    in Pakistan Today, only 55% of Pakistan’s population has access to electricity. The nation is currently facing a 3 GW power supply shortage - the most severe energy crisis to ever hit the country (Harijan, Uqaili and Memon 2008). The occurrence of prolonged and frequent power outages has had a...
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  • Pakistan
    economy reached a state of Balance of Payment crisis. "The International Monetary Fund bailed out Pakistan in November 2008 to avert a balance of payments crisis and in July last year increased the loan to $11.3 billion from an initial $7.6 billion." During the mid-2000s, Pakistan experienced a...
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  • Our Mix Energy
    220 kV line . Capacity concerns Pakistan’s energy sector is in a state of crisis and over the past few years has negatively impacted the social and economic development of the country. Primary energy consumption in Pakistan has grown by almost 80% over the past 15 years, from 34 million tons oil...
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  • Nestle Project
    Values 15 * Nestle in Pakistan 16 * Corporate & Business Level Strategies19 * Centralization &amp...
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  • Samadyar
    Development Report has predicted a global water crisis by 2025 that Pakistan is unlikely to escape.31 Energy shortages continue to be endemic in Pakistan. This past summer, Pakistan’s government set the nation’s clocks forward by 1 hour to ease energy demand. These pocketbook issues traditionally have led to...
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  • Analyzing Difficulties of the Contingency Plan for the Disaster Response in Pakistan: a Case for the 2010 Floods
    society, the problems faced during the recovery process once the disaster as taken place, the damages that have occurred to the country as a result of the disaster and the long term impact on the country. 1.6 History of disasters and natural calamities in Pakistan 1.11 Baluchistan Drought of 1997 to 2002...
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  • Unemployment
    , and is directly or indirectly linked with agriculture for their livelihood. Thirdly, Industry is also a heaven for educated as well as semi-educated labour force in the country. Pakistan industry is short listing its labour because of gradual decrease in demand as well as acute energy shortage...
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  • Socio-Economic Problems of Pakistan
    Health, Safe Drinking Water, Sanitation And Basic Infrastructure viii) Women Are Not Empowered ix) Human Rights Problem x) Injustice xi) Sectarianism, Extremism, And Target Killing xii) Absence Of Rule Of Law • Economic Problems i) Economic Loss Due To War On Terrorism ii) Energy Crisis iii...
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  • Budget of Pak 2010-11
    . Surveys of competitiveness and cost of doing business suggest that reforms need to be undertaken to improve governance and markets in Pakistan. In order to attract investment we also need to emphasize productivity and efficiency, given our limited resource availability. Madam Speaker! 23. Let me...
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  • Energy Economics
    . Batool (2007), ‘Estimating Quarterly Gross Fixed Capital Formation’, SBP Working Paper Series No. 17, State Bank of Pakistan. Bacon, R. (2005), ‘The Impact of High Oil Prices on Low Income Countries and the Poor’, UNDP/ESMAP (United Nation Development Programme/World Bank Energy Sector Management...
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  • Accountant
    first company to pay off its creditors. In Pakistan, the Circular Debt crisis has affected most companies that make up the energy sector. Circular debt is one of the most important factors that is deepening energy deficits by creating a vicious cycle which is becoming chronic at the rate of Rs. One...
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  • Pakitani women in business
    IT trade. She has been honored with LadiesFund Trailblazer Award, for being a female role model and high achiever in Pakistan. She believes in strenuous hard work and is of the opinion that persistence is the key to success. She explains that women must not take on a job or start up a business...
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  • Education
    load shedding crisis started for a long time ago, this gave birth to the electrical equipments price-hike. Since that period, the price has not come down and the manufacturers earning abnormal profits for energy articles. An industry has come into being which was creating jobs (sort of cottage...
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  • Economy of Pakistan from 1990-2010
    farmers who cultivated small plots for a meagre existence. Pakistan had almost no industry in 1947. Under British rule, the area that became Pakistan supplied agricultural products for processing to the territory that became the independent India. Energy sources were rudimentary, with wood and animal...
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