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Sustainable development in Pakistan in the context of energy consumption demand and environmental degradation

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  • Alam, Shaista
  • Fatima, Ambreen
  • Butt, Muhammad S.

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  • Alam, Shaista & Fatima, Ambreen & Butt, Muhammad S., 2007. "Sustainable development in Pakistan in the context of energy consumption demand and environmental degradation," Journal of Asian Economics, Elsevier, vol. 18(5), pages 825-837, October.
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