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Covid-19 lays bare the weakness of EU businesses

As a second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic is taking hold of Europe, the European Union, with its high welfare and healthcare standards, seems to be able to withstand it better than the US.

But if in terms of public health this may be true, in economic terms EU politicians and policymakers should use this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to understand that the EU risks falling behind the US and China — and to take measures to prevent that.

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Pakistan’s competitive advantages in six key areas

By: Sourajit Aiyer

An advance in annual gross domestic product of around 3% in recent years does not reflect the true potential of Pakistan, a country of 180 million. While recent positives highlighted in the second review of the IMF during its assistance programme for the country suggest the economy is taking constructive shape, a lot is still needed to sustain and enhance that momentum.

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