TITLE

Globalization's Impacts on Pakistan's Economy and Telecom Sector of Pakistan

AUTHOR(S)
Akram, Muhammad; Faheem, Muhammad Asim; Dost, Muhammad Khyzer Bin; Abdullah, Iqra
PUB. DATE
January 2012
SOURCE
International Journal of Business & Social Science;2012, Vol. 3 Issue 1, p283
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
In the present era, almost the whole world has accepted the Globalization as a prevailing reality. Globalization has affected all the major sectors of the world economies either directly or indirectly. This paper is mainly focusing on one of the largest sector of Pakistan's economy i.e. Telecommunication Industry. This is an attempt to find out how the globalization has hit the telecom sector in Pakistan? In this paper we have proved with the help of past statistics that globalization has resulted in ending up the monopolistic regime in telecom sector of Pakistan and has given a boost to the Pakistan In the present era, almost the whole world has accepted the Globalization as a prevailing reality. Globalization has affected all the major sectors of the world economies either directly or indirectly. This paper is mainly focusing on one of the largest sector of Pakistan's economy i.e. Telecommunication Industry. This is an attempt to find out how the globalization has hit the telecom sector in Pakistan? In this paper we have proved with the help of past statistics that globalization has resulted in ending up the monopolistic regime in telecom sector of Pakistan and has given a boost to the Pakistan's Telecom Industry. s Telecom Industry.
ACCESSION #
70492172

 

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