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Gas Shortages Highlight Pakistan's Energy Crisisi
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February 05, 2013 12:51 PM
Long lines of cars waiting to fill their tanks have become a familiar sight in Pakistan's capital. A struggling economy means gas is in short supply, and prices are going up. Sharon Behn reports from Islamabad on how the country's fuel and electricity shortages are affecting the lives of ordinary citizens.

Gas Shortages Highlight Pakistan's Energy Crisis

Published February 05, 2013

Long lines of cars waiting to fill their tanks have become a familiar sight in Pakistan's capital. A struggling economy means gas is in short supply, and prices are going up. Sharon Behn reports from Islamabad on how the country's fuel and electricity shortages are affecting the lives of ordinary citizens.


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