Mohiuddin Aazim

Pushing banks for housing finance

Pushing banks for housing finance

Whether home loans have an early positive impact on the overall private-sector borrowings will become clear in a few months. Updated 09 Nov, 2020 09:12am
Beneath wheat and sugar crises

Beneath wheat and sugar crises

The cultivation of politically sensitive sugar cane and wheat crops has long remained in the hands of powerful landlords. Updated 09 Nov, 2020 09:05am
The fiscal side of GIDC

The fiscal side of GIDC

The imposition of a special tax on electricity companies and fertiliser units is bound to be inflationary Published 05 Oct, 2020 06:54am

The case of monetary policy

The second wave of the pandemic has already hit our European export markets, which can hit our already stagnant foreign sales Published 28 Sep, 2020 07:07am

Dynamics of deposit mobilisation

Banks are finding it difficult to generate deposits as interest rates are down and the economy is in bad shape Published 14 Sep, 2020 06:47am

Exchange rate issues still alive

Once imports start growing, the consequent increase in demand for dollars may bring the rupee under pressure Published 01 Sep, 2020 06:33am
Needed: renewed focus on SMEs

Needed: renewed focus on SMEs

Benefits of concessional finance and other incentives-laden schemes by SBP would result in revival of a limited number of SMEs. Updated 27 Jul, 2020 10:40am
The quality of the C/A deficit cut

The quality of the C/A deficit cut

Are economic managers confident that exports that did not grow in the last fiscal year will start increasing now? Published 20 Jul, 2020 07:06am
Growing domestic debt

Growing domestic debt

Under the PTI government, the tenor of domestic debt has shifted from short term to long term. Published 13 Jul, 2020 06:58am