The web of money-laundering is spread far and wide within Pakistan’s economy and is central to its functioning.
What will really happen once the SEZs are ready is something that will only be known by its effects.
The short answer is no. The long answer is not yet.
What is the plan for these Special Economic Zones here in Pakistan? Will only the Chinese have access to them?
The message going out to brokers is ‘don’t play with money you don’t have, and don’t even think about gambling with...
Malik Qayyum was the political football that got kicked around for two decades.
The long story here is that the projections made in the PwC report come with a heavy caveat.
THE power sector lies at the heart of the government’s efforts to revive the economy. It is where the majority of...
Where economic matters are concerned, questions asked by MNAs reveal their poor understanding.
On the matter of terror financing and shutting down the operation of listed terror group, the demand was non-negotiable.
What happens if we should find ourselves in a dip at some point in the future, and there is nobody to bail us out?
The curious case of a spike in inflated bills just before a sell off.
Is it possible to measure the economic health of a country simply on the basis of one number?
The process that began almost 25 years ago challenged every country. Some adapted but others, like Pakistan, missed
We are turning crooks into heroes on our TV screens, while the courageous and articulate amongst us are violently weeded
We seem to be substituting CSF inflows with commercial borrowings from China as a stopgap measure to plug our current
China and Pakistan began to discover the reality of embracing each other more tightly in 2016.
There is still a long way to go before we get to ‘regulatory capture’, but there are good reasons to be vigilant.
In the case of the Rs5,000 note, simply easing it out of circulation is relatively straightforward.
Since the news broke, a wave of anxiety has swept through Pakistan’s wealthy elite, and for good reason.