Relaxes import ban on non-essential, luxury items that landed on or before June 30.
No response from Russia over wheat supply to Pakistan on G2G basis.
Raise allowed on account of additional fuel cost adjustment; Nepra members criticise utility for not utilising cheaper fuel.
There are a series of lurking risks on the horizon that could upset the budget and macroeconomic outlook in the medium terms.
Doha irritated over roadblocks to its infrastructure investment plans, particularly in import terminals.
Blame PTI govt for not timely arranging fuels for power generation; say power tariff will start declining in Nov-Dec.
Notification also includes 15pc increase in pension.
Miftah says petroleum levy applied to revive stalled IMF programme; country’s fuel consumption jumped 20pc in last two months.
The total international debt received over the past four years starting surged to $58bn, including $57bn during PTI's tenure.
None of the Pakistani refineries can handle 100pc Russian crude of any grade, say sources.
Persistent rise in domestic prices is eroding real incomes, limiting spending power of consumers and investors, says report.
Additional prior actions include passage of budget as agreed with IMF, ensuring Rs750bn provincial surplus.
Schemes include establishment of North Waziristan university, road connecting Mansehra in KP to AJK's Muzaffarabad.
New body comprises PML-N cabinet members and private sector members, led by Shahid Khaqan Abbasi.
Says power plants should be set on cheaper indigenous resources; unprecedented Rs7.90 per unit additional FCA okayed for July.
The victims of the power company’s checkered history are the Karachiites.
Govt officials say Turkish trade minister to visit Islamabad next month with a large business delegation.
Pakistan will only have 8 LNG cargoes out of about 800 million cubic feet in July.
Year ahead is tough economically for a wide majority but an equitable and fair share of burden appears to be unavoidable.
Ministry of Economic Affairs says schemes are either not progressing well or unable to deliver the desired outcomes.