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The nerdy economist is back to share five economics lessons that I have learned from my dog, Zoey. I hope you enjoy and maybe have a few laughs! MORE
Pakistan is changing. Its middle class is growing rapidly. With that comes an increase in consumer spending and economic growth. The younger generation is becoming more materialistic – yearning for a better life, but questioning the cost. Our contributor writes a very personal story questioning the merits of the change. Questions we should all ponder. MORE
Every business manager is aware of the importance of the demand for the goods and services it offers. Billions of dollars are invested in advertising to grow demand. Recently several companies have made public relations mistakes that have diminished the demand for their goods and services. MORE
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