Policy U-turns do not bode well for investment or employment, says Pakistan Business Council.
Planning, foreign ministries issue guarded reactions to comments by Alice Wells
Development expenditures have been accelerated after recent advice from the International Monetary Fund.
Electricity being supplied to the staff is not properly metered and hence misused, observes panel.
ECC okays import of 300,000 tonnes of food staple to ease price hike.
A survey by global market research firm Ipsos revealed that the trust of the people in Pakistan’s economy has weakened.
Total oil imports amount to $6.14 billion as compared to $7.66bn during the same period last year.
Higher electricity rates, on approval by the regulator, will be recovered from consumers in the upcoming billing month.
Coming generations will die of hunger if dams not built, Senate panel warned.
The gas demand and supply situation will start improving over the next week, says PM's aide Nadeem Babar.
CCOP meeting decides to hand over three of five delisted properties to Naya Pakistan Housing Authority.
High inflation and fiscal deficit, rising debt and interest payments amid slow growth are drags on credit rating.
Different provinces have different energy sources that can be synergised to the benefit of all with proper planning.
Energy conservation measures can provide 10-15pc of saving to national economy.
Petroleum division issues rejoinder to CM’s letter.
Strategic communications division to be set up for effective projection of national narrative abroad.
India is also reported to have separately written to the Turkmen authorities for a price reduction.
Cabinet panel informed that due to lack of exploration during the past 10 years, gas production has declined by 7pc.
A senior official says the ECC is also expected to constitute a price negotiation committee (PNC) for Tapi project.
Proposed laws have been envisaged to address legal deficiencies pointed out by the FATF.