Quetta Cafes: An Indigenous Tea Cafes Chain in Twins Cities
Ajmal Kakar and
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Ajmal Kakar: Pakistan Institute of Development Economics
Qaisar Iqbal: Pakistan Institute of Development Economics
No 2022:13, PIDE-Working Papers from Pakistan Institute of Development Economics
The trend of Quetta Cafes (QCs) strongly relates to the drought in Balochistan; historical and climatological records prove drought is an indefinite natural issue for Balochistan. Moreover, the precipitation data reveals that 18 drought events with an interval of 3.3 years were recorded between 1950-2010, with the most significant and catastrophic drought, lasting 10 years, recorded between 1945-1955.
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