Posted on July 5, 2006
Filed Under >Adil Najam, Economy & Development, Pakistanis Abroad
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14 responses to “Pakistan petrol patrol”

  1. Ayub says:

    petrol now Rs. 72/litre, its all about IMF policies implementation and an extra tax on General public

  2. Waqas says:

    hey raza… i saw you mentioned biodiesel being produced as cheap as 30 rs/ltr. could you elaborate on how you got to that figure. recently i have been studying biodiesel and been considering its use in Pakistan where diesel right now stands almost 38 rs/ltr at the petrol pump. Not only will this save our foreign exhchange but also give the jobs to the 65% of Pakistani population in the rural areas.

  3. […] One of the great untold stories of 2006 may have been how economic existence for poor and middle class Pakistanis continued to become harder (here, here and here) even as a number of macroeconomic indicators seemed to do well. Some would say that eventually the benefits of macroeconomic growth will trickle down. But eventually can come too late for some. […]