Ya'll Nibbiars I will put the affects as follows.I wonder how sharp their economy will fall if Indian forces start seeking out and killing the generals heading these companies during overt hostilities. Being a general makes them a valid target and no one can claim it goes against international laws but they're also the one's dragging Pakistan's crumbling economy through the bumpy road. I don't know much about the hierarchy in such an organisation though.
What could be the effect of hitting them?
I hear the Chinese have stopped funding of money for CPEC for quite a few months because Chinkies companies are accused by NAB of kicbacks to Pak govt. Rivers of gold must have gone dry now. No money for testing I suppose.How did Pakistan contain COVID without a second lockdown? Is everyone wearing a mask and socially distancing?
Severe consequences from World Bank means squat for Porkistan. They'll never pay the $6 Billion penalty to Tethyan Copper Company. They'll continue to blunder on with the help of their masters, China.Ya'll Nibbiars Pakistan have ran out of legal options in Reko Diq case. It will have to pay a massive ~6 Billion USD penalty to Tethyan Copper Company within 24 months or face severe consequences from World Bank.
Then it would be interesting to see a new CC front opening up. The last battle in itself is not over yet. Another diplomatic battle on way then against China.Severe consequences from World Bank means squat for Porkistan. They'll never pay the $6 Billion penalty to Tethyan Copper Company. They'll continue to blunder on with the help of their masters, China.
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