Charles Henry Kennedy, Cynthia Botteron
Oxford University Press, 2006 - Business & Economics - 293 pages
Pakistan 2005 provides a readily accessible overview of current politics, foreign policy and economic issues which face one of Asia's most rapidly-growing and important nation-states. The volume contains eight essays crafted by some of the best-known specialists in the region. It is aimed at the non-specialist audience although academics and policy-makers will find the volume useful.
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Political Issues in 2004
Macroeconomic Performance and Prospects
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