Integrating Urban Datasets: The Path to Effective Socio-Economic Planning in Urban Pakistan
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KeywordsUrban Datasets; Socio-Economic Planning; Pakistan; slums; political violence; population; employment opportunities; GDP; minimization; pollution; crime; government departments; service delivery; data collection;
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