From stabilisation of the external sector to securing a bailout loan, some complex tasks await the next regime.
Keeping the exchange rate imprisoned within a narrow band is very bad economic policy.
One small thing going wrong in one place can send consequences cascading through the entire power system.
The jihadi establishment is a tragedy. After decades of nurturing, it gave us deadly suicide bombings.
It would be great if other parties could give us something to compare with Khan’s agenda.
When trolls come into power, they have a built-in interest in keeping the population armed only with a little learning.
Let’s put it in plain words first: there is no $4.9bn worth of remittances going from Pakistan to India.
The new water policy merely skirts around the challenges that confront our water economy.
Defence spending does not produce an economic boost because the ‘military industrial complex’ in Pakistan is very small.
This year the thinking is very astute, and very short term: put money directly into people’s pockets.
Cutting off supplies to press for payment is tantamount to holding the entire city hostage to a single payment dispute.
It is dismaying to see how their efforts have been ignored by big mainstream political parties and mainstream media.
Scepticism prevails in aftermath of PM's announcement of a new tax amnesty for undeclared wealth in Pakistan or abroad.
Traders refused to avail the scheme, and by the time the first deadline passed, only 2,500 traders had supposedly signed
K-Electric and SSGC stand-off causes 500MW power shortfall in metropolis.
What appeared to be a relatively stable external financing situation last summer today looks like a dismal path to
It is impossible to know what the funds were going to be used for. What we know is that a demand had come.
Beneath the surface, we see other indications that something larger than a regional flashpoint and a few irritants might
Ankara’s refusal to grant GSP+ status at heart of simmering dispute.
Consider what this means: a fully legalised and officially sanctioned policy of ‘benign neglect’ towards a clear racket.