Pakistan’s youth needs necessary skills.
Uzair M. Younus
Politics should not obstruct regional trade.
Dark clouds are gathering on the economic horizon.
Chinese interests in CPEC are not benign.
Two IMF statements show that very little has changed in almost 10 years.
A report suggests that two-thirds of all jobs in the developing world are at risk of being lost through automation.
E-commerce is one of the fastest-growing sectors in the country.
The intelligence setup has broad powers to collect data — at the cost of citizens’ privacy.
The emerging turbulence in the yuan poses several challenges for Pakistan.
Pakistan could find itself back in the arms of the IMF.
A national programme to promote the use of electric vehicles could spur private-sector investments in the energy ...
Given the economic distress in Saudi Arabia and the UAE, remittance inflows will exhibit continued weakness.
The macroeconomic environment, both internal and external, presents Pakistan with a unique opportunity.
To stop failing our children, we need a national education policy and appropriate investments in technology.
The government, military and private sector must develop a framework for securing the country’s critical infrastructure
A forward-looking policy is needed to improve internet penetration
Much of the CPEC agreement is undisclosed.