BoP Secure, But Risks

November 2006
Asia Monitor: South Asia Monitor;Nov2006, Vol. 12 Issue 11, p1
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The article focuses on the condition of Pakistan's balance of payments. According to "Business Monitor International," Pakistan's balance of payment is secure, with investment inflows covering a shortfall on the trade balance. However, a significant slowdown in export growth combined with a turnaround in investor confidence represents a risk, as well as the increasing oil prices.


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