The Economist: Why billboards are under attack in Pakistan's business capital

This file photo shows traffic jam in Karachi due to the rally holding by Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP) passing through Shahrah-e-Faisal on Aug. 12, 2016. (AFP)
Updated 23 March 2018

The Economist: Why billboards are under attack in Pakistan's business capital

March 22: The Economist states that over the past 20 months officials have stripped Karachi, Pakistan’s throbbing business capital, of all billboards on public property. On a drive through its traffic-clogged streets, fresh views of concrete highways and pedestrian overpasses greet the eye. “The city is barren by comparison,” beams Sumaiya Zaidi, who campaigned for the purge.
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Pakistan’s Economy On Upward Trajectory While Indian In Doldrums

Updated 05 December 2019

Pakistan’s Economy On Upward Trajectory While Indian In Doldrums

December 5: The Eurasian Times states that with recession, job loss and organisations winding up their operations, 2019 has been terrible for the Indian economy. While the Indian GDP growth rate for the second quarter dropped to its lowest in six years, Pakistan’s economy witnessed some surge.

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