SBP Governor Reza Baqir says introduction of these digital services will benefit all segments of society.
Experts believe offer is very attractive for PIBs but changing situation in Afghanistan has caused uncertainty for investors.
Fears greenback’s demand will increase in coming months cited as reason for rise.
Keeps interest rate unchanged at 7pc, projects GDP growth of 4-5pc this year.
Heavy investments by scheduled banks in govt papers have drastically reduced credit flows towards the private sector.
The govt estimates a shortage of 10 million houses in the country.
External position is at its strongest, says SBP.
Banks prefer to extend loans to well-served and low risks borrowers, notes report.
Says burden of debt servicing and narrow revenue base have left little room for investment.
Report shows biggest investor in FY21 was China as the country’s investment during the fiscal stood at $758m.
Official says 97pc of the overall target set for June 30 has been met.
Bankers believe the growth in deposits is due to record 27pc increase in remittances, drop in consumption by the general public.
Remittances continue their unprecedented streak of above $2bn for 13th consecutive month.
The government issued two domestic Ijarah Sukuk of Rs75 billion during the period.
Stress test results show that the banking sector is likely to maintain resilience over a three-year projection horizon.
It appears that the banks are still reluctant to extend loans for low-income housing projects.
The govt borrowed Rs2.88tr, with most of the amount accumulated through Pakistan Investment Bonds and market treasury bills.
Pakistan's cotton production barely reaches 5.6m bales in FY21.
Amendment aimed at helping Pakistani exporters sell products through digital marketplaces.
Highest inflows of $118.5m are from the US.