Pakistan Plots A Market Comeback

Despite the ravages of Covid-19 reducing Pakistan’s annual growth to 1 percent according to the World Bank, still local experts are optimistic. The landlocked nation has been able to weather the pandemic with nearly 900,000 cases. The slowdown from its largest export destinations, the US, China and the UK left Pakistan needing resources to shire…

Trade Wars Redux: King Cotton Always Wins

Today, the US is once again entangled in the politics and economics of cotton. The United States has announced that it is prepared to ban cotton and tomato imports from China’s Xinjiang over allegations of forced labor. The irony lies in that the world’s once largest economy, built on forced labor in cotton production, is…