“Who will bother for the land utilisation policy when realtors are thriving on new schemes,
In the absence of policy intervention, farmers switching from cotton to a crop that they perceive to be more rewarding.
Restaurant IMS streamlines transaction data from business place to the PRA database on real time basis, minimising the
Exporters are eagerly waiting for the opening of banking channels for expanding trade with Iran.
We need not worry as long as the trend is limited to a very narrow class of elite professionals in the Gulf countries.
The framework of formal economy needs re-evaluation with an open mind.
Can possible disagreements between Islamabad, IMF lead to early termination of fund's current stabilisation programme?
IT is probably a vibrant parallel economy more than the government’s policy interventions that has saved Pakistan...
PSO is committed to providing RLNG at a price that will be competitive with the gas rates expected from the Tapi.
‘As the political system stabilises and the security situation improves, there is nothing stopping Pakistan’s ascent.'
Billionaires find it attractive to venture in the services sector, trading, informal segments and real estate.
The speed with which citizens have adapted to mobile phones reflects both the desire and the capacity of Pakistanis.
The share of the country’s huge informal market would make the numbers fly higher.
Govt, the opposition and the military establishment are in a rare harmony on the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor.
Business circles view Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s recent visit to the US in a positive light.
The physical infrastructure (roads, government buildings, bridges, etc) was intact except for some road blockages
'We are dependent on the retail sector and cannot afford to annoy a lobby that has the power to make or break a firm.'
‘The government has done nothing for the industry, besides hounding businesses for taxes.
Experts see the downward price trajectory in the global commodity market persisting in the short run.
In an uncertain situation, businesses see no charm in entering the market on borrowed capital, says Feeroz.