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Formulating an industrial policy for Punjab

This blog post explains that to achieve optimal resource allocation and self-sufficiency, Punjab’s industrial policy must be clearly articulated, in light of CPEC.

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Role of Renewables in Pakistan’s Energy Mix

Lahore Policy Exchange

Launching Dr. Nadeem ul Haque’s book, “Looking B

Lahore Policy Exchange

Constraints to women’s workforce participation: a look

Lahore Policy Exchange

Launching Dr Ishrat Husain’s book, “Governing th

Lahore Policy Exchange

Getting to English through the mother-tongue

Lahore Policy Exchange

Who watches the watchmen? Biases of policy professionals

Lahore Policy Exchange

Understanding societal failure in providing clean drinking w

Lahore Policy Exchange

Lahore’s smog crisis: A regional approach

Lahore Policy Exchange

What CPEC means for agriculture

Lahore Policy Exchange

From Garments Manufacturing to Growth

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