M. Abbas Raza

  • TIt has been seventy-two years now that Pakistan came into being. Where does the country today stands viz a viz the countries liberated during the same period and what social, economic and scientific achievements they have made are hidden to none. Whereas Pakistan is at many cross roads and its ...

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  • TPakistan is today plunged into a debt marsh. Its total debts and liabilities as per State Bank of Pakistan, today stand at Rs. 40214.8 billion. The government constituted an inquiry commission in June, 2019, under Section 3 of the Pakistan Commissions of Inquiry Act, 2017 to probe into the loans ...

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  • TThe Prime Minister, while sharing his vision of an environmentally responsible Pakistan at a high-level event co-hosted by Malaysia and Pakistan at the United Nations in New York on 26 September 2019, stated that such a vision should encompass measures to alleviate poverty, generate livelihood and ...

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  • TThe state of rule of law is the hallmark for any developing democratic state. The developed economies worked hard to bring about the rule of law in their countries regardless of the position one held, with zero tolerance in corruption and corrupt practices, there is one law for the high and low. ...

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  • TThe establishment has shown concerns and the resolve to streamline the deteriorating economy of the country. Earlier the political governments were shown the door, inter alia, on the charge of economic mismanagement. In June 2019 the government established the National Development Council (NDC) ...

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  • TPakistan’s economy is a producer’s economy, if it produces it generates revenues  on import of raw materials and then on output, it generates employment and business activities thus enhancing overall economic development. According to the data released by the Pakistan Bureau of ...

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