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    ’ Management 11 201. Restructuring of Railways as a Way to Efficiency and Effectiveness 202. Private Participation in Railways: A New Paradigm for Development 203. Impact of Current Global Financial Crisis on Pakistan’s Foreign Trade 204. SAFTA: Prospects and Challenges for Pakistan 205...
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  • Global Challenges and Pakistan
    TOPIC: GLOBAL CHALLENGES AND PAKISTAN OUTLINE: 1-Introduction 2- China got independence two years after Pakistan but it has increased its speed of development up to a great extent. 3- The world has become a global village. 4- How Pakistan has prepared itself to face the challenges of the newly...
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  • Global Challenges and Pakistan
    challenge for Pakistan. xv. Globally Integrated Economy: By 2030 economies are likely to diffuse across national boundaries into truly global supply chains, whether in industry, services or ownership. This dispersal of work and strategic linkages across national boundaries, coupled with...
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  • India's New Challenger
    India face to face with terrorists with a global agenda and a global impact. With these attacks, India faces a global challenge and needs to respond in a responsible way. India should try to “show the world that despite its ill-preparedness and its tardy, even if valiant, response, it is capable of...
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  • Tuberculosis Action Plan
    threats and to promote the immunisations (Global Tb programme, 2010). WHO introduced the six key points to Stop TB strategy which builds on success of the DOTS and also addressing the key challenges facing. It aims to reduce the global TB burden by 2015 (Raviglione and Uplekar, 2006) In Pakistan...
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    reduction in poverty. Amidst the critical challenges of the floods and heavy rains of 2010 and 2011, skyrocketing oil prices and global contraction, the government’s strategy continued to focus on regaining macroeconomic stability. There have been some successes. Pakistan has been able to...
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  • Pakistan
    Abstract: Pakistan’s foreign policy has always been identified as policy of self-abnegation. It is blamed that external factors particularly USA play a vital role in the shaping of foreign policy of Pakistan but there are many internal factors pose challenges to Pakistan’s foreign policy. Pakistan...
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  • Performance of Textile Sector of Pakistan
    in the area of textile sector of the economy. The report focuses on the challenges faced by the country in implementing its WTO commitments and the challenges faced during energy crises in country and challenges during global financial crises. Apart from suggestion on how to deal with the internal...
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  • whitepaper
    Retail Pakistan: Outlook, Challenges & Opportunities RETAIL PAKISTAN RETAIL PAKISTAN: OUTLOOK, CHALLENGES & OPPORTUNITIES An Executive Report By | Mantaq Systems An Executive Report By: Mantaq Systems Page 1 Retail Pakistan: Outlook, Challenges & Opportunities Background...
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  • Journal of Political Studies
    for the exploitation of their own selfish interests. The present political instability in Pakistan has raised the external and internal challenges for its society and state. Pakistan is facing serious challenges specially in the realms of politics and economics. The global world is providing aid and...
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  • Challanges of 21 century
    CHALLENGES OF THE 21ST CENTURY AND PAKISTAN Dancing around the fire is not the solution to any problem. One should try to see beneath the surface in order to grasp an idea about the basic issue. Despite a stream of stung words and announcements made by the previous governments of Pakistan...
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  • Pakistan in the 21st Century
    prepared, after a consultative Process spread over two years. It presents a strategic framework for Overcoming obstacles and challenges standing in the way of the preferred Future chosen by the people of Pakistan. We aim to achieve the stated Vision within a generation, in a manner that...
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  • Challenges of the 21st Century and Pakistan
    CHALLENGES OF THE 21ST CENTURY AND PAKISTAN Dancing around the fire is not the solution to any problem. One should try to see beneath the surface in order to grasp an idea about the basic issue. Despite a stream of stung words and announcements made by the previous governments of Pakistan, there...
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  • Religion Has Done More Harm Than Help to Human Relations in the World
    . Global Warming, fact or fiction? 2009 . The Future of Democracy in Pakistan. 2. Health is not a condition of matter, but of mind. 3. co.education , Merits and Demerits 4. The food crisis: problems , challenges and opportunitities for Pakistan. 5. English as the Medium of Education in...
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  • Implementations of Wto Regulations on the Industrial Development of Pakistan with Special Emphasis on the Following Industries: A. Textile
    challenge to Pakistan T&C exports in this post ATC regime. In a nutshell, at present Pakistan maintains a fairly liberal trade regime, where all quantitative restrictions on imports have either been removed or converted into tariffs. It is noteworthy that the applied tariffs in Pakistan are well...
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  • Contract
    to a new pragmatic realist approach. In this unipolar world india faced challenges like balancing the relations with global powers, building a new partnership with regional organization, expanding the influence in Asia, enhance India‘s economic and energy security, to deal with environmental threats...
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  • Impact of Globalization on Pakistan Economy
    challenges confronted by her due to the contemporary onslaught of globalization. In this context, it also explores the prospects of the inevitable Islamic way out. 1. Prologue Overwhelmed by an exciting scenario of the aura of glamorous globalization, Pakistan has entered the new millennium with an...
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    global relief we were so fortunate to have received in the time we were in the most need. Today, we cannot solely rely on support from inside our own countries to address challenges of the 21st century. Multilateralism is the only way to address these ever emerging challenges in the world today...
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  • Pak China
    Pakistan as "a key aspect of Beijing's perceived policy of 'encirclement' or constraint of India as a means of preventing or delaying New Delhi's ability to challenge Beijing's region-wide influence." China and India fought a border war in 1962, and both still claim the other is occupying large portions...
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  • Political Stability
    trust any of these partners that is why all enjoy less support. The most important and immediate challenge the political instable condition of Pakistan is creating is mishandling of issue of war on terrorism. Since September 2008 USA leading the NATO forces started attacking frontier areas of...
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