Contribution of Services Sector in the Economy of Pakistan
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- Ayaz Ahmed & Henna Ahsan, 2011. "Contribution of Services Sector in the Economy of Pakistan," PIDE-Working Papers 2011:79, Pakistan Institute of Development Economics.
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KeywordsServices Sector; Industry; Employment; Financial Institutions and Pakistanâ€™s Economy; Pakistan; economic growth; GDP; national economy; agriculture sector; trade; industry; manufacturing; agriculture; railways; transport; Storage; communication;
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