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Livestock a mainstay of Balochistan’s economy running at a loss

  Being a pastoral economy Balochistan is yet to exploit its tremendous potential in livestock sector. Animals are traditionally kept for meeting household milk and meat needs. Livestock development is linked with poverty alleviation in the province, as its 70 percent population is directly or indirectly involved in livestock rearing activities. The province is rich in livestock resources contributing about 40 percent of Pakistan’s total livestock population. The main consumers …

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Fascinating foreign investment opportunities in Balochistan

  Presenting a greater investment opportunity to the foreign investors due to its gifted and natural wherewithal, the province Balochistan, is having all the potential sectors to open the road of economic prosperity for Pakistan. One of the ardent areas for investment in the province is Gwadar Port city which include fish processing, crabs processing, cold storage, ice factories, sea-water reverse osmosis desalination plants, shrimp farming, boat building and naval …

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Balochistan’s development potential, investment opportunities

  The underdeveloped province, Balochistan, has tremendous prospective for the growth of the economy as it’s economy is largely based on natural resources like production of Sui gas (a biggest gas field in Pakistan), coal and other marketable minerals, while fisheries, mining, manufacturing industries, trade through public and private organizations are the other possessions of this province making it rich in offering investment and can become a healthy marketplace provided …

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Balochistan can become center of branded fruit products

  Known as the country’s fruit basket with having ideal environment of producing huge quality products of fruit with different varieties, we can add value of Balochistan’s fruit exports by taking brand name in jelly, juices and other fruit-related products worldwide if the proper guidance and policies be implement for economic development of the province which would give further boost to the country’s exchequer. By promoting brand culture, we can …

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Development of middle class in Balochistan: issues and challenges

  An educated middle class can play an important role in the development of Balochistan which is the largest but least developed province of the country. It still lacks a middle and urbanized class. Absence of middle class and urbanized leadership has provided rich grounds for growth and prevalence of tribalism and weak civil community promoted tribalism and feudalism. The government is not taking measures to encourage the growth of …

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Shrimp farming on modern lines in Balochistan

  Balochistan makes up 70 percent of Pakistan’s total coastal line. Unfortunately, the province has been confined to merely on-shore water fishing due to lack of infrastructure facilities. The catch is spoiled as it is exposed to sun and impurities. In the absence of quality control regime, fresh and good quality fish find no access to national and international markets at large scales. Local fishermen are confronted with numerous problems. …

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How to develop microfinance in Balochistan?

  Micro credit banking has emerged out to be an effective tool to combat wide spread poverty in the third world countries. Provision of credit to the people at grassroots level and small firms is an excellent strategy to boost economic activities and generating job opportunities especially in Balochistan a country’s largest province, with nearly 44 percent of its surface area and a thinly dispersed population of around 7.5 million. …

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Empowering women in Balochistan

  Pakistan has a poor record when it comes to women’s rights. Under the anti-women practices like wanni or budla-i-sulh, the women are traded like commodity and they are given in forced marriages against their will to settle personal, family or tribal disputes. These practices are widespread in rural areas of Balochistan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Punjab and Sindh province where tribal and feudal system is still very strong even women are …

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Gwadar Port to usher in new era of progress, prosperity in Balochistan

  Gwadar free port project promises massive investment, greater generation of employment opportunities and more development projects in different sectors of Balochistan. An addition of a new deep-sea port at Pakistan’s coastline marks a new chapter of development efforts in the country. It would serve as a springboard for initiating wide-ranging development activities in Balochistan. The port is bound to usher in the province a new era of progress and …

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Telecom future in Balochistan

  With the current growing pace of telecommunication, the telecom sector of our country has witnessed a spectacular growth in the recent past. This advancement and growth in the sector is also having positive impact on the underdeveloped economy and most backward society of Balochistan, which despite least developed province of the country, enjoying satisfactory growth level of telecom consumers and the quality of telecom services provided to them are …

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