Market is now left wondering if substantial backing of the IMF cannot bolster the rupee, who or what can.
The programme ends on June 30, but it must end on a good note.
Good communication is essential for central banks as they run on credibility.
The new finance minister has a much better environment than his predecessor did.
The Shehbaz Sharif-led coalition govt must prioritise the provision of relief to the people of Pakistan.
The relief package marks a clear shift from the fiscal reforms agenda, which may not only irk the IMF but also hurt the economy.
The amnesty offers historically low income taxes, doubles minimum taxable limit and charges noticeably lower.
The government must take steps to convince opposition parties that the current scheme is well designed and helpful for
More than compliance, it is the demonstration of compliance that will decide how long we stay on the FATF watchlist.
Welfare policy, or whatever is left of it, has failed to bring significant improvement for the marginalised.
Economic growth, with all its booms and busts, has occupied a central place in Pakistan’s public policy while...
The SDGs put a special emphasis on ending poverty and inequality across and within countries.