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CPEC and Economic Restructuring | M Ziauddin

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In the initial years while the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) project is being completed and perhaps even at least a decade from the completion Pakistan is likely to undergo a phased transformation from an overwhelmingly import-based economy to a lucrative trans-shipment economy necessitating speedy expansion in the capacities of Pakistan’s …

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Maximising Benefits of the Economic Corridor | Talat Masood

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The China-Pakistan one-belt one-corridor project is by far the most ambitious mega project that Pakistan has undertaken in its 68 years of existence with its closest strategic and economic partner China. It has been described as a game changer and transformational with huge political and economic expectations linked to it. …

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Gender Budgeting — A Pathway to Sustainable Development | Rabia Sidat / Rafea Anis

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The UNDP ranked Pakistan 121st on the Gender Inequality Index due to women’s unequal access to resources and entitlement to rights in the country. Statistics show that not many women in Pakistan occupy senior positions as legislators, managers and senior officials and are mostly involved in unpaid family work and …

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‘Reform Delays To Dampen Pakistan’s Growth Prospects’ | Amin Ahmed

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ISLAMABAD: Reform delays in Pakistan, such as entrenched political obstacles to privatisation, would compromise future productivity and dampen growth prospects, and may also increase fiscal pressures as budget projections take into account proceeds from strategic disinvestments, the World Bank has said in a report. If the planned divestment from the …

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