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12/4/2005
 

          KARACHI: A Pakistani man adjusts coins at his road side shop here Friday. Pakistan's economic growth will survive the massive devastation caused by the October 08 South Asian earthquake and growth in the fiscal year to June 2006 will slow only slightly as rebuilding work starts in the disaster zone, staying close to the pre-quake government target of 6.4 per cent, Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz said. AFP Photo

 

 
 

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