Ensuring energy security

Dr. M. Ilyas Fazil


Pakistan faces a multitude of challenges, with all of them directly impacting the citizens of the country – the pressures from IMF, the volatile prices of energy in the international marketplace, and the depleting indigenous natural resources. All these factors impact the prices of commodities that are consumed by the common man, who is hard put to meet the financial challenges resulting therefrom. Read More….

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