Pakistan’s recurrent balance of payments constraints is an outcome of the perennial political economy crisis ...
Every action and inaction of the prime minister and his finance team is being second-guessed by the party leadership in London
In its over 20 years of existence, the dreaded anti-corruption watchdog has earned nothing more than a widespread mistrust.
Selling commodities electronically to overseas buyers can break the shackle of the vicious cycle of farmers who are subject to
The country accrued economic losses of around 2pc of GDP per annum owing to crippling power shortages in the late 2000s and 2010s.
The central bank and the government must think of ways to convince telcos, power and gas utilities and others to supply data to...
There is no doubt that the economy will have to bear a significant cost of the extended period of political instability but it...
Pakistan’s merchandise exports have grown by an ‘impressive’ 25 per cent in the first three quarters of ...
"Digital Pakistan relies heavily on the access to mobile broadband across the country," says Ericsson-Pakistan’s country manager.
Regardless of who wins and who loses the no-trust motion, the government will not find it easy to handle the economy.
IMF is of view that govt could have justified energy price cut if it was limited to certain lower-income and vulnerable groups.
The government, and indeed PM Imran himself, is clearly banking on its allies to help them pass the trial of no-trust.
Political difficulties of the Imran Khan government aside, the economy is once again facing the growing threat of terrorism.
Is a thaw in Pakistan’s suspended trade relations with India nearing?
The Brent crude futures are already closing in on $100 per barrel and predicted.
Observers say ouster may turn Prime Minister Imran Khan into a political martyr.
The finance minister looks to end Pakistan’s reliance on the IMF by sustainably growing the economy at 5 to 6pc.
Managing director rejects popular criticism against the NTDC over frequent nationwide power outages, supply fluctuations.
Turnover tax constitutes 4-5pc of the cost of a standalone garment/finished goods producer if they do not have backward linkages.
The mistrust and ongoing litigation does not bode well for new foreign investment in the E&P industry.