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Pakistani Voters Focus on Struggling Economyi
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April 23, 2013 2:51 PM
As Pakistan prepares for national elections next month, the new government’s plans for reviving the fragile economy are for many a higher priority than addressing militant violence. But Ayaz Gul reports from Islamabad that that given the economic track record of the last administration, few are hopeful for change.

Pakistani Voters Focus on Struggling Economy

Published April 23, 2013

As Pakistan prepares for national elections next month, the new government’s plans for reviving the fragile economy are for many a higher priority than addressing militant violence. But Ayaz Gul reports from Islamabad that that given the economic track record of the last administration, few are hopeful for change.


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