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Pakistan Attaches Great Importance To SAARC: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif
NDTV, 26 April, 2017
Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif today said his country attaches great importance to SAARC and wishes to see it as a vibrant regional organisation. Mr Sharif made the remarks during his meeting with Foreign Minister of Maldives Dr Mohamed Asim in Islamabad.  More...

 

Cross-border energy trade
Kathmandu Post, 26 April, 2017
With an installed regional capacity of 360,603MW, South Asia is gradually emerging as a fulcrum of electricity exchange and power trading. More...

 

SOUTH ASIA COULD POTENTIALLY BENEFIT FROM GLOBALIZATION BACKLASH, SAYS WORLD BANK
CFO Innovation, 25 April, 2017
Possible protectionism in advanced economies should not deter export-oriented growth in South Asia, a region that could even benefit from the backlash against globalization, according to a new World Bank report.  More...

 

Bangladesh looking at BIMSTEC with Saarc ‘failure’
Avenue Mail, 23 April, 2017
With the “failure” of Saarc, Bangladesh is looking at sub-regional groupings, including BIMSTEC, for cooperation, said Gowher Rizvi, the international affairs adviser to Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. More...

 

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