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TO get a better idea of how anaemic the economic conversation in the country is, try taking a look at the sort of questions that our MNAs raise about economic matters in the National Assembly. Here are some examples.  
 

OSTENSIBLY designed to promote the settlement of disputes without resorting to formal litigation in the current social climate, the Alternate Dispute Resolution Bill adopted by the National Assembly last Friday could put justice at a greater discount.

 

Until recently, the world was accustomed to negative news from Pakistan, ranging from rising debt to terrorism attacks and from political instability to border tensions.

 

HIS CV says he was an “aeronautical engineer” before joining the Foreign Service, but having had the benefit of listening to the views of Foreign Office spokesman Nafees Zakaria, one can say he was more suited to tasks accomplished with a sledgehammer dipped in unadulterated sarcasm.

 

THERE was a time when Pakistanis would be found chanting loudly for internationalising an issue. They thought that by involving the world they had a better chance of getting a result in their favour.

 

As I begin my first official visit to Pakistan as Executive Director of the International Trade Centre, the country is emerging as a relatively bright spot in a global economy clouded by volatility and uncertainty. 

 

Hafiz Muhammad Saeed’s detention may only be a strategic signal by Pakistan army. Or it could be more than that?

 

WITH one stroke of the pen Donald Trump last week slammed the doors on people from seven predominantly Muslim countries throwing the United States and the world into unprecedented chaos. 

 

Economic indicators are always open to interpretation and debate. Some analyse these numbers objectively whereas others fall prey to their biases.

 
KP Governor appreciates the province's businessmen for actively seeking opportunities related to the China Pakistan Economic Corridor. Shows confidence in the project's stimulus for KP's economy and assures members of Sarhad Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the entailing benefits. KP is one of the richest regions for renewable energy generation and the government is planning to arrange an investments road show in China to attract more investments.
 


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