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Trade Facilitation through Economic Corridors in South Asia: The Pakistan Perspective

 


 

Pakistan is reforming its public-sector enterprises dealing with nationwide connectivity, developing a National Trade Corridor (NTC), and opening up the transport and communication sectors to foreign direct investment (FDI). Linking Pakistan to Central Asia, and South Asia through road and rail networks is high on the government’s agenda. To facilitate connectivity, a $9-billion program has been initiated for the NTC, which is expected to be completed in the next few years, but may take longer due to fiscal constraints. This substantial networking is intended to facilitate connectivity with Pakistan’s neighboring countries, and better integrate the urban and rural economies, small and medium enterprises (SMEs), and urban wholesale, retail, and warehousing sectors with port cities.

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Addressing Climate Change Issues and solutions from around the world

A review of the biophysical impacts of climate change in three hotspot regions in Africa and Asia

Formation of Glacial Lakes in the Hindu Kush-Himalayas and GLOF Risk Assessment

GCOS Help in Climate Observations in Developing Countries in South Asia Regions

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