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  • THE FACTORS THAT AFFECT THE SATISFACTION OF ARAB REFUGEES ON HEALTH SERVICES PROVIDED BY NGOS IN ISTANBUL


Wojoud A.M.ABUSHAREKH

Abstract:
The main aim of this thesis is to measure, evaluate and analyze the factors that influnce the Arab refugees’ satisfaction with health services provided by NGOs’ clinics in Istanbul. During the last years, Turkey experienced an increase in refugees number due to a variety of worldwide conflicts and wars especially in the Arab world. Refugees usually suffer from poor mental and physical health in their country of origin, as well as during the transition to and upon arrival in the host country; which in turn resulted in a greater number of patients among the Arab refugees in Turkey.


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  • EFFECTS OF EXTERNAL DEBT, INTEREST PAYMENTS AND EXPORT EARNINGS FOR ECONOMIC GROWTH OF PAKISTAN


MUHAMMAD AHMAD MAZHER1 PROF. DR. JAUHARI DAHALAN2

Abstract:
In this study, the relationship between external debt, interest payment, exports earnings and economic growth had been analysed for the Pakistan over the 1970-2017 with the help of cointegration analysis. Relationship between ratios of variables combined in our study was restrained through econometrics techniques consist of unit root, Johansen co-integration and error correction model (ECM) to acquire the unbiased consequences. It had been determined that in short-run period, external debt (ED) to GDP having significant and negative relationship, external debt (ED) to export earnings (EE) ratio shows insignificant and negative relation with GDP. While, interest payments on external debt (IP) to GDP ratio presenting insignificant but positive relationship with GDP. For long-run period, the outcomes shows that, ED to GDP, ED to EE and IP to GDP ratios reveals negative and insignificant relationship with GDP of Pakistan economy for the described period


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  • CONSUMER INCLUSION IN FINANCIAL SERVICES IN INDIA


Dr. Pullaiah. D1 Sri K. Maheswara Gupta2

Abstract:
The present Consumer Protection law is being amended to make it more comprehensive to protect the consumer better. The financial services are a more complex area with numerous players, with banks alone controlling 64 per cent of the total assets. There are many other formal and informal players in this sector like CAs, agents, brokers, advisers, intermediaries, etc., There should be appropriate controls and insurance mechanisms to protect consumer assets, including deposits. Financial literacy becomes important.A Consumer is the most important visitors on our premises. He is not dependent on us. We are dependent on him. The present Consumer protection law is being amended to make it more comprehensive to protect the Consumer better. The Financial Services are a more complex area with numerous players, with banks alone controlling 64 per cent of the total assets. There are many other Formal and Informal players in this sector like CAs, agents, brokers, advisers, intermediaries, etc.,


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