Building a national consensus through parliamentary endorsement is generally considered both desirable and doable.
The size of the PSDP increased from Rs18.5bn in 2009-10 to Rs47.9bn in 2014-15, with the improvement...
Shipping is a high risk, high return business that needs a free environment to prosper.
Higher pace of local brands' growth is attributed to heavy investment in intangibles of technology and staff training.
FAMILIES find it harder to cover basic household expenses within their budgets. They experience a higher rate of...
‘Flawed management model cuts across the private public sector divide in the country’
Digitisation of land records is expected to be completed in two major provinces, Punjab and Sindh.
The sale of food items and consumer durables are expected to increase approximately 10pc in 2015
The fundamentals are strong and the country, with all its weaknesses, proved to be a good destination for operational
The 7th NFC Award brought political rewards, but missed the development goals of devolution by a big margin.
Stability has been achieved and our team will focus on growth now — Dr Miftah Ismail, chairman of the Board of
The govt expects their share in the national economy to increase, as indicated in the SBP’s annual report for FY14
After the 18th amendment, the federal ministry of labour and manpower was disbanded.
Pakistan is emerging as the third most attractive country in Asia Pacific for investment funds.
The government has been favoured by virtuous macro-developments. Oil prices are down, ...
The implicit reliance on the government by some businesses — assumed in the shape of a bailout during times of distress
The government intends to import up to 4m metric tonnes of LNG in 2015, at an estimated cost of about $2.5bn.
The government is reportedly struggling to reach an out-of-court settlement with the Tethyan Copper Company Pakistan.
If the government fails to act fast, the shrinking job market and the rising cost of living may generate more discontent
We believe that if overseas buyers really care for our people and their welfare, they need to devise a mechanism where