Foreign funding for infrastructure development in Pakistan is not an exception
With the advent of Trump, the new leader in global trade is making its mark
Recent developments in US, EU give impression of increasing argument against globalisation
People-to-people contact is necessary for fostering economic and trade links
High import tariff key concern, TFA provisions could help Pakistan reduce trade costs by 13%
Pakistan needs to find balance to realise IT sector’s potential .
It is feared benefits may not reach all segments, could widen income gap.
Countries that have joined WTO’s IT agreement achieve export growth, innovation, competitiveness
It provides chance to boost economy by passing benefits on to consumers
Improvement needed in infrastructure to facilitate trade and quality of service
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