Growth and Sustainability: Hand in Hand or Poles Apart?

Pakistan’s economic policy managers face myriad of challenges, which hinder the transfer of economic benefits to the common masses. Both civilian and military governments have contributed to the perpetuation of the “elite capture” because of which the immense economic potential of the country has remained untapped, while putting the common man at a disadvantage. The government’s failure to tackle the issue of burgeoning population has hampered economic growth, which has already been contracting in the wake of inconsistent economic policies and prolonged political instability. Read More….

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