Increasing Global Competitiveness: A Case for the Pakistan Economy

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Shamyla Chaudry;
  • Journal: Lahore Journal of Economics,volume 12,issue Special Edition September,pages31-42

The issue of global competitiveness is critical for developing countries. This paper looks at the drivers that influence industrial competitiveness and provides a comparison of these drivers for Pakistan, India and China. The analysis shows that Pakistan lags behind Chi... View more
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