Creating short-lived growth booms has been the only aim of any government.
There is one thing that all governments do when they come under pressure. They start throwing about random data points.
Perhaps the snake has shed its skin, or maybe the government has realised who it is really supposed to serve.
Tens of millions of people are suffocating under the rising tide of inflation and unemployment.
With the country in the grips of a severe recession, even wealthy businessmen are crying out about the government’s
What our experience has taught us is that business and industry feel the brunt of this set of policy actions.
"There was a lot of noise about [the] National Accountability Bureau," one person tells Dawn.
The PM is feeling the heat. He is urging his team members to focus their energy and attention on providing some ‘relief’
What exactly is the big legacy this government is now working on? Putting opposition politicians in jail?
Cell will be set up “to monitor economy-related news in the media for immediate rejoinders/ rebuttals/ clarifications”.
For a year, we have lived on fiery rhetoric and outlandish delusions disguised as policy.
Three months of sustained 30pc declines will get you to a point where large-scale shutdowns could become imminent.
"ADB has an enduring development partnership with Pakistan," says ADB Vice President Shixin Chen.
Because of attacks launched from the govt’s platforms on the media as an institution, people are losing trust in both.
Devaluation, inflation, high interest rates and all the medicine the doctor ordered are now in full swing.
Then the government changed again, and those who had successfully closed the LNG deal found it was their turn to face
The UN secretary general would only say “we urge all parties to exercise restraint”.
For Pakistan, the biggest fear is that there might be a repeat of 1990 all over again.
Economic outcomes, especially as reflected in key indicators, should not be celebrated or thrown in each other’s face.
The headwinds facing the government are about to get very intense indeed.