The evolving start-ups scene in the country is testimony to the fact that the tougher the challenge the greater the
Pakistan dismisses the possibility of going the Indian way of ‘shock and awe’ on currency demonetisation.
Sindh Board of Investment head Naheed Memon says the province is on the verge of an economic takeoff.
PAKISTANI professionals working in the Middle East are nervous over the murky regional situation as polarisation...
Many business tycoons shift the burden of dealing with the change in the US to Nawaz Sharif’s government.
Dragging the informal economy out of the shadows could upset the apple cart by exposing small businesses to challenges.
Consumers were found to be optimistic about the future and their personal finances … though about two-third of ...
Businessmen dislike street politics which, they feel, infuses uncertainty and hurts sentiments.
Pakistan appears too consumed by internal politics and border skirmishes with its neighbours to partake in contemporary
No one contested the perception that all relevant policies are cheap imitations of policies in practice.
Business tycoons do not expect the eventual triumph of either candidate to directly affect Pakistan or its economy.
The company heads rule out the possibility of a full scale war.
ECC challenges Super Court ruling barring it from executing decisions without approval of the cabinet.
The demand for sacrificial animals has largely been inelastic to prices.
The initially reluctant private sector is now actively pursuing Chinese involvement to be a part of the great game
‘One month is too short a period to assess performance, more so in Sindh, marred by peculiar complexities.
The blockage of input tax adjustment change is neither wise nor fair, says Ehsan Malik, CEO PBC.
Pakistani businessmen perceive terrorism as a key concern that scale up risk, besides dicouraging investors.
Based on the profile of people leaving the country to work abroad, the composition is shifting towards better skilled.
Reversal of fiscal measures taken a decade ago to encourage consolidation of business groups threaten industrial growth.