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Pakistan: Has our banking system become unsound?
Published on : Monday, July 23, 2012
In the light of recently released data by the State Bank in Pakistan, economist, Ali Salman argues that Pakistan's banking system has become unsound. Banks have been swamped with demands of risk free lending from the government, bulging levels of non-performing loans,drying up of genuine business projects and a general risk aversion amongst the bankers.
Pakistan can work it out
Published on : Thursday, February 21, 2008
This is the third time in Pakistan's history that the common man has been able to vote out regimes booted in by the military. The elections were relatively free and fair mainly because the army decided to step away from micro-management of election results. But should the elections be seen as a systemic shift in Pakistan politics? There are many structural issues which must be addressed for such a shift to transpire, from political maturity of the leaders, to core policy issues on terrorism, and democracy, to balancing economic reforms and populism, writes Ayesha Siddiqa in Indian Express


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