Well-designed markets and institutions are useful tools for labour protection.
The government has underperformed as an enabler for the private sector. It is still trying to grapple with...
Emigration has become a controversial issue in the West because of a high rate of unemployment.
IMF stabilisation programmes have not been followed by deeper reforms necessary for achieving sustained growth.
Finance Minister Asad Umar assures the NFC partners that the government will fully implement the 18th amendment.
Legislators are trying to make low-cost housing affordable for lower-middle and low income segments.
It is time for the international community to take a fresh look at the IMF’s exchange rate policy.
The planning minister sees the current consolidation period to be over by the end of the next financial year.
IN a policy shift, the PTI-led government has decided to shepherd foreign firms into joint ventures.
In this age of networking, unilateral and arbitrary actions can deliver, at best, only partially
Will the PTI’s model of a welfare state serve as a catalyst to laying the foundation of an egalitarian society?
The Emirate’s assistance will not be an alternative to an IMF loan.
There has to be an equilibrium between concentration and distribution of income and assets because over-concentration
The system has to take care of the investors.
As production, investment costs rise, investors may have to revise project costs due to depreciation, policy rate hike.
The PTI government is taking a fresh approach to the rehabilitation of loss-making SOEs.
The joint statement and the continuing dialogue do not indicate a shift in CPEC strategy.
FINANCE Minister Asad Umar’s recent statement that the imminent balance of payments crisis is over, coincided with...
A resurgent Asia is introducing a new strategy: income-led economic growth. Initiated by South Korea and Malaysia ...
Policymakers have traditionally focused on a few critical issues or sectors hoping the rest will fall in line