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WEF Survey: Water Crisis Can Be Biggest Threat To Pakistan’s Economy

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WEF Survey: Water Crisis Can Be Biggest Threat To Pakistan’s Economy
Pakistan's economy can confront big difficulties in the coming decade because of a few approaching dangers, with water crisis being an essential risk among others, as indicated by the World Economic Forum. 

The report titled 'Regional Risks for Doing Business' has recorded water crisis, unmanageable expansion, psychological oppressor assaults, a disappointment of urban arranging and basic foundation as impending dangers looked by the nation with 220 million occupants. 

The dangers were distinguished after the WEF done an 'Executive Opinion Survey' among January and June. The discoveries were classified subsequent to getting reactions to the review's hazard related inquiries for the South Asian district – Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka. 

The report additionally expressed that in the district of South Asia, the ascent in oil costs can likewise demonstrate inconvenient to the economy. It further expressed that psychological oppression will keep on representing a test to Pakistan. 

Pakistan is confronting a fast approaching water crisis as official projections demonstrate the nation, whose populace has expanded fivefold since 1960 to somewhere in the range of 207 million, will run dry by 2025 when they will confront a 'absolute scarcity' of water with under 500 cubic meters accessible per pers

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