• mall of lahore
    finish but it was of no use as this problem starts when Liaquat ali khan made allies with USA rather than USSR and we he had to concentrate to how to improve economic condition , he concentrated on how to get aid from USA. Then comes Ayub Khan era many people calls it the golden age for economy but...
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  • perforamnce manager
    major position as compared to banking sector of developing countries. Public sector institutions have a major role for the development of economy of a country and also in Pakistan. This sector improves technology, prosperity and social benefit in public and an efficient and effective system of public...
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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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  • economic problems
    finish but it was of no use as this problem starts when Liaquat ali khan made allies with USA rather than USSR and we he had to concentrate to how to improve economic condition , he concentrated on how to get aid from USA. Then comes Ayub Khan era many people calls it the golden age for economy but...
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  • Impact of Us Aid on Pakistan Economy
    in Pakistan to come and invest in Pakistan and support its local economy and creates job in market. Our second variable is GDP. When new industries start working in Pakistan, it helps to improve our GDP. So Pakistan needs to invest aid in such projects which help to improve our GDP. Third one is...
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  • Democracy in Pakistan
    appropriate structure of governance the Pakistani economy would quickly bounce back. There is a consensus among economists that India could add as much two per cent to the already high rate of growth if it could somehow improve the working of the government. In fact Pakistan is in a better situation to do this. It can generate a greater bounce in its economy than India by creating better governance....
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  • Economic Analysis of Foreign Direct Investment and Its Impact on Trade and Growth in Pakistan
    such policies to attract as much of the FDI inflows as possible. The selective policies not only improve the fundamentals of the economy but they aim at attracting more foreign investments in the country. This study is to understand how significant is the contribution of the Foreign Direct...
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  • Pakistan Vs. India
    however is that India is taking steps to improve the status of their economy, while Pakistan is not. Economically, India and Pakistan are similar because they both are extremely poor, which is quite peculiar because the natural resources or “givens” are very plentiful. The lack of use of these...
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  • Is foreign aid is blessing or curse?
    material is not available locally. This causes heavy foreign exchange burden on economy. Pakistan is obtaining foreign aid for bridging gap between domestic savings and investment and also to improve balance of payments position but till now it has not been able to accomplish this task, rather both gaps...
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  • services sector growth rate in pakistan
    a doctor.” it a fourth sector but most important “Service sector is the part of economy in which people offer their knowledge and time to improve performance, productivity, potential and sustainability. A characteristic of this sector is the production of services and not end products.” Other one...
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  • Pakistan Economy Challenges Prospects
    international fund managers. However, in two years time we have missed that boat. Therefore, it is imperative that we resume the journey which has been interrupted by nurturing a stable, secure and peaceful political environment.   11 4. Prospects/Solutions to Improve Economy How can we...
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  • Economics
    development? Which method is superior? Q. No. 3: Define developing economy. Discuss the basic characteristics of a developing country like Pakistan. Q. No. 4: What are the pre-requisites or determinants of economics development? How for do they exist in Pakistan? (Economic, Non-economics factors) Q. No. 5...
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  • Challanges of 21 century
    ? How Pakistan has prepared itself to face the challenges of the newly started millennium? Some efforts were also made in Pakistan to made some progress in the last decade of the previous century but those could not become result oriented due to self-centered access and sift handed complements from the...
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  • Pakistan
    countries produce some goods more efficiently than others." (Smith, 1776). This is how countries develop or identify their competitive advantage over other economies of the world. Pakistan is abundant in natural resources, ideal climate for the cultivation of cotton, rice and wheat, skilled labor...
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  • Note
    growth, and a balance of external payments. Monetary policy is usually administered by a Government appointed "Central Bank" like the State Bank of Pakistan. Pakistan’s monetary policy is concerned with how much money circulates in the economy, and what that money is worth. The ultimate objective of...
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  • Conclusion of Corruption
    country. Since Pakistan does not have a solid unemployment benefit system, it is safe to assume that our unemployment is mostly measured by those who want but can’t find any work. Even if we do not know the hard statistics, we can clearly tell how bad the situation is in Pakistan. First and foremost, one...
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  • Emerging Economies
    key theme that came out of the presentation was that Pakistan is a laggard and is not doing enough to be considered a high growth economy. BRICS Near term growth of an economy is driven by Demand and Long term sustainable growth is driven by Supply of factors of production. The Goldman Sachs...
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  • Challenges of the 21st Century and Pakistan
    employment ratio in the country. The women are also working with the men in almost all the professions. The world has made progress in many fields at a massive rate. In the above mentioned facts and development made by the various countries, it can he easily analyzed that where do Pakistan stand? How...
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  • Efficiency and Effectiveness of It in Production and Supply Chain
    Issues with IT11 Conclusion12 Sources and References13 Executive Summary This Report is prepared to access the implications on the use of information systems and operations management in an organization, how it affects the economy efficiency and effectiveness of an organization. Pakistan...
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  • ESSAY STRATEGIES
    crushing defeat for his party by the nationalist BJP at the polls next year leaves Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh with little room to maneuver. Although Singh probably genuinely wants to improve relations with Pakistan, he has been forced to take a hardline against these attacks, even...
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