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Larger the risk level, higher the growth of insurance industry in Balochistan

Larger the risk level, higher the growth of insurance industry in Balochistan

Banks can play a key role in the growth of insurance industry in the province Larger the risk level, higher the growth of insurance industry. The risk perception — risks to life, assets and public and private properties — has been higher and widely prevalent in Balochistan where the incidents of terror and attacks on public and private properties have witnessed a phenomenal growth over the past many years. The reason is the poor …

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China widely welcomed investments into Pakistan’s SEZs

China widely welcomed investments into Pakistan's SEZs

China has welcomed investment into Pakistan’s Special Economic Zones (SEZs) from other countries. While speaking at the “Dialogue on Industrial Cooperation under CPEC and SEZs Framework” organized by the Board of Investment last week, China’s Ambassador in Pakistan Yao Jing said that the Chinese investors were showing keen interest to invest in these SEZs. The private businesses have come into joint ventures of tyres, manufacturing of buses and trucks and textiles in the last …

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Bright future of Pakistan e-commerce industry

Bright future of Pakistan e-commerce industry

This year, Toyota Pakistan announced its collaboration with Pakistan’s one of the biggest e-commerce platform, Daraz.pk. This will enable people to buy car from the Toyota’s official store on Daraz. Electronic Commerce or e-commerce is actually the business done through the Internet in the present era of modernization and technology. The rapidly growing usage of internet is shifting the world towards the e-commerce. Phenomenal advancement in Information and Communications Technology …

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Balochistan remains untapped telecom market

Balochistan remains untapped telecom market

Balochistan is largely an untapped telecom market with the lowest number of mobile phone users. In 2018, a dozen telecom projects were launched to deploy telecom network and services in the province. Today, the telecom operators are set to unleash the potential of the province with 46 percent of the 12.3 million population has no access to either mobile, wireless or a fixed line network. Universal Service Fund (USF), an …

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Pakistan’s telecom sector in the fast lane of growth

Pakistan’s telecom sector in the fast lane of growth

Though having the highest mobile penetration rate in South Asia, Pakistan still has huge potential in digital economy growth. Telenor Group recently released a new connectivity report based on five Asian countries where Telenor Group operates, including Pakistan, Myanmar, Thailand, Malaysia and Bangladesh. The report titled “The Mobile Effect: How Connectivity Enables Growth”, focuses on the impact of the telecom sector on the economies in the countries. The Telenor has …

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Modern banking make headway in Balochistan

Modern banking make headway in Balochistan

Pakistan’s banking sector witnessed unprecedented growth after 2001 due to low interest rate and product innovation in consumer financing. Like other provinces, Balochistan is also the beneficiary of the current low interest rate, particularly in consumer financing, which has emerged out as one of most prolific aspects of banking in Pakistan. Consumer financing products include credit cards, personal loans, auto loans and housing mortgage. It not only contributes towards facilitating …

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Deteriorating health of Pakistani rupee

  The rupee is presently being traded at around Rs104 to a dollar in the open market and at around Rs101 in the interbank market. The country’s falling foreign exchange reserves and current account deficit continues to widen keeping the rupee under pressure. Since inception of new government in June, the rupee has witnessed a rapid devaluation of about 2.4 percent. It means within two months. Though International Monetary Fund …

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Pakistan Day & National Integration

  Each year, we enthusiastically celebrate the 23rd of March to commemorate the most outstanding achievement of the Muslims of the subcontinent who passed the historic Pakistan Resolution on this day at Iqbal Park in Lahore in 1940. The resolution crystal-clearly presented an independent and sovereign federal state for the Muslims of the subcontinent in which the constituent units or provinces would enjoy greater autonomy. The historic Pakistan resolution presented …

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Making Balochistan the food basket of Pakistan

  Balochistan is known as the fruit basket of Pakistan because of its production of high-quality fruits in bulk. The province can also become the country’s food basket if its wheat yield potential is fully and efficiently tapped. It has wheat varieties yield potential of 6.5MT/hectares, but it is getting only 2.4MT/hectares. The province gets 95 percent wheat from irrigated and 5 percent from rain-fed areas. A long-term strategy needs …

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Gwadar port under Chinese

  Ports and shipping sector plays a vital role in the economic development of a country, as efficient ports and terminals lower the cost of imports, bring revenue through exports, increase our foreign exchange reserves and enhance tax collection. Recent trends in the shipping industry have shown that cargo ships are becoming larger. These vessels have enhanced capacity to transport cargo in bulk quantities which makes commodities cheaper for the …

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