Chief commissioners were called in to work out means for showing growth in revenue collection to reach the target.
Power companies blame poor governance of power sector for the fresh build-up of unpaid bills known as circular debt.
PTA says response was “very encouraging and satisfactory”, and that the auction will go through on April 23.
SBP has revealed that there has been a 9pc annualised growth in interest payments on domestic debt during Jul-Jan FY14.
Moody’s has hinted that Pakistan's credit rating could be improved if it continues to improve its economic performance.
Textile industry demanded govt support to offset the adverse effects of exchange rate's appreciation on their revenues.
The bulls took a breather on Monday as the KSE-100 index shed 155.32 points to 29,094.13.
Pakistan’s export of services witnessed a substantial decline of 32.16pc in the first 8 months of FY14 from a year ago.
Pakistan Remittance Initiative is helping exert downward pressure on costs of making remittances to South Asia, says WB.
Commerce Minister Khurram Dastgir Khan said regional trade integration and liberalisation was govt's top priority.
With the healthy inflow from the Eurobond in the bag, the probability of a discount rate cut of 50bps has increased, as
Forex companies have started feeling the heat of changed market conditions after the recent rise in the rupee’s value.
Pakistan’s GDP growth is expected to fall to 3.1pc in 2014 before steadily growing back to 5pc by 2018.
Mango output this year may cross 1.8 million tonnes after remaining below this mark for last two years.
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