Misuse of exchange companies by unscrupulous elements, tax-evaders and money launderers will now stop, says official.
All eyes are set on Punjab where any slippage in the output target could upset the country’s overall production.
PAKISTAN’S food imports have been growing fast with an increase in economic growth rate and a consequent rise in...
The recent Supreme Court judgment providing relief to pensioners of three commercial banks may undoubtedly take a...
External debt servicing and the imminent FATF action can squeeze room for launching new bonds.
Government officials attribute higher productivity of the crop sector to several factors, including the devolution
If Pakistan’s new action plan to fight terrorism financing does not deliver, it may unnerve the country's economy.
The commodity’s production remains erratic for a host of reasons, including the fact that less cultivation area is ...
The Financial Action Task Force could adopt the motion against Pakistan during its meeting this week.
Despite a commendable performance during this fiscal year, one area of concern in rice exports is our inability
Switching over from one source of borrowing to another is inevitable going by the history, and the government has
Bankers say the province’s ability to help farmers become more creditworthy has led to an unusually high...
Will the private sector borrowing from banks slow down in the wake of the interest rate tightening?
In the near future, the current pattern will not help in accelerating exports to make an impact on food trade deficit.
In FY18 the agriculture sector as a whole is likely to grow 3.5-3.6 per cent
The economy continues its upward trajectory but sources of concern remain
Issues that keep our agricultural growth from accelerating are too many and varied, but some of them revolve around
Had there been no bureaucratic delays and political meddling with economics, modernising agriculture would ...
Speaking analogically, the SBP does not have enough water to spray on the flames of uncertainty that engulf the rupee.
No sustained build-up in surplus production and a rise and fall in local prices keep export volumes volatile.