“Nothing will happen. Settlement will come about and the economy will start moving ahead on the path to progress.
Optimists have not lost hope, but odds are said to be too heavy against tackling the feedstock gas price issue.
THE changing lifestyle of the people has left a mark on the way Eid shopping is done today. The changing consumer...
Pakistanis probably find markets irresistible and the visits to the malls therapeutic.
The collective productivity of the nation falls, but family spending peaks during Ramazan
“The government is mindful of the situation and is targeting higher investment in private and public sectors to attain a
Turnover data collected directly from points-of-sales at selected retail outlets, including restaurants, is likely to
THE federal, Sindh and Punjab budgets have made special allocations for funding low-cost housing projects for which ...
IN the accounting exercise, the Sindh budget fares better in transparency than those of Punjab and Khyber...
THE expanded Rs686 billion Sindh budget deals with effects of a troubled provincial economy reflected in rising...
Infrastructure projects, expansion of the private sector best way to address unemployment, poverty: Ishaq Dar.
Competition Commission of Pakistan Chairman Dr Joseph Wilson conceded that there are big gaps in the pool of information
In 2014, the poverty rate in Pakistan, as projected by independent think-tanks, is estimated to be between 30-35pc.
Both India and Pakistan will now be ruled by governments enjoying the backing of two-thirds of legislators in their
The second budget of the Nawaz Sharif government is not expected to be any different in essence from its first which
Experts said that this plan signed under the Tifa agreement is more of a goodwill gesture than beneficial to Pakistan.
Experts at a think tank described 2013-14 as the most difficult year in 67 years of the country’s economic history.
Over the past few weeks export bodies have sent a number of recommendations to the government demanding strict
“In all fairness they (Dar’s team) have succeeded in stemming the trend of free fall but the revival of economy is a
Corporate Pakistan reacted sharply to a rumour suggesting that the govt intends to introduce a Rs10,000 currency note.