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The Economic Managers And Regulators

The economic managers and regulators

Pakistan's economic performance has been under scrutiny since the IMF Managing Director's visit early this month. Her press conference with the Finance Minister at the conclusion of her visit captured…

The macroeconomics of electricity tariffs

In Pakistan, the landscape of power tariffs is shaped significantly by the framework of Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) and is directly connected to macroeconomics. Under these agreements, the costs associated…

Unaddressed economic challenges

The debate and anxiety throughout Pakistan in the aftermath of the stalled Extended Fund Facility (EFF) programme signed with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in July 2019, ended unsuccessfully on…

Resetting foreign economic relations : Part – II

China: there are several areas where the ongoing cooperation between Pakistan and China should be continued but at least three areas need to be focused for accelerated implementation. These are:…

Dar, diplomacy & economic viability–II

Pakistan is still relying on the traditional methods to generate foreign exchange. The major export items to the USA include textile products such as house linens, knitted sweaters, and clothes.…

Reasons for economic insolvency [Part – II]

The rise of western Europe started with the Renaissance, a remarkable period in world history, which began in 14th-century Italy and later spread to other countries. Italian city state Florence,…