- Politics: What type of political system did the civilization have?
- Economics: How was commerce regulated and goods/services exchanged?
- Religion: What god(s)/religion affected the way the civilization viewed the world?
- Technology: What technologies did the civilization use?
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- Education: How (if at all) did the civilization train and educate its citizens?
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- Arts & Entertainment: What artistic forms of expression did the civilization use for expression? How did they do for fun, games, and relaxation?
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- Fate of Civilization: What happened to the civilization?
- Contributions to Western Civilization: What did the civilization contribute to the development of Western Civilization?
decisions to achieve the objectives agreed on at Quetta. It approved the accord to establish the headquarters of Economic Cooperation Organization shipping and airline companies in Iran, ECO Reinsurance Company in Pakistan and the ECO trade and development bank in Turkey (Bhatti, 1995). An Overview of ECO key Economic and Trade Agreements The key progress in the fields of economic and trade under the umbrella of ECO is under: ECO Reinsurance Company 1995 The three member countries i.e. Iran, Pakistan and Turkey agreed to set up the ECO Reinsurance Company in March 1995 in Islamabad. The aims of Company are at supplementing the obtainable reinsurance services in the area, promoting the expansion of national capitalizing and preservation abilities, minimizing the loss of foreign exchange from the area and supporting economic progress among the member countries.(ECO at a Glance). Almaty Outline plan, 1997 This plan was an elaboration of the Quetta Plan which suggested the interlink of road & Railway networks of Central Asian Republics (CAR’s) with the linked roads & railways of Iran, Turkey and Pakistan. It further looked for the construction of lost links of roads and railway tracks. Another important goal of this plan was to unlock international road transportation among member states(Bhatti, 1995). ECOTA 2003 That ECO Trade Agreement was chalked out to institute free trade zone in the region by 2015. It was determined to reduce the tariffs of the goods traded from 80 % to 15 %. That accord at that time was not endorsed by Iran due to her differences with Turkey over tariff issues (ECO at a Glance) ECO TDB 2007 The purpose of ECO Trade & Development Bank was to channelize resources for embarking, enhancing and supplying financial facilities to enlarge intra-regional trade and to offer experts counseling to member countries in solving their fiscal issues. Operations of Bank started in 2008. In Tehran and Karachi representative offices of the Bank are functional with best performance (ECO at a Glance) ECO Freight Train Service 2009 A very significant venture was inaugurated between Pakistan, Iran and Turkey in 2009. According to that Train’s route was planned from Islamabad, Tehran and Istanbul. It’s further target was to connect Pakistan with Europe via Turkey. At that time it was expected that the railway routes can link ECO member states with Europe for this purpose some missing links had to be up graded . Quetta-Taftan track & Kerman-Zahidan track were very important of these tracks. (ECO at a Glance). The ECO-IRU Silk Road Truck Caravan, 2010>GET ANSWER