Pakistan’s exports have been stagnant for the last four years (since FY10-11), vacillating in a narrow band of $24-25bn.
This brought the cumulative open market injections last week to Rs979.85bn.
A sum of Rs1.37trn will be raised through the sale of Market Treasury Bills of three-, six- and 12-month maturities.
After consistently shedding value against the dollar over the past few weeks, the rupee staged a modest recovery ...
Domestically, exporters have run up large losses owing to rupee’s revaluation and higher-than-regional energy prices.
Sales of above 70cc bikes may remain strong in the coming months if low petrol price persists.
Export proceeds from these products fell to $6.826bn in July-Feb 2014-15 from $7.704bn last year.
Total investment requirements across different infrastructure sectors are between $165.2bn and $115.9bn during 10 years.
Mr Chan says Pakistani industrialists could explore untapped potential for their products by operating in the FTZ.