Indeed, the present government cannot be blamed for the current situation.
Pakistan has in the past experienced numerous power breakdowns, the frequency of which has increased in the recent years.
‘We need to invest $7bn to enhance production capacity and double our textile and clothing exports in five years’
Inordinate delay in the crucial 10th meeting of the Joint Cooperation Committee (JCC) of the China-Pakistan...
While there were visible signs of anxiety among the rulers, not many see the PDM achieving much success in its stated targets.
If the present trend of rising infections continues, the industry will have to restructure more loans going forward.
Islamabad has failed to raise the tax-to-GDP ratio and is not ready to cut its current expenditure.
Data shows that the textile shipments have surged by 3.8 per cent to $4.8 billion between July and October from $4.6bn a year ago.
‘We have seen lenders doling out money for reforms for more than two decades with little outcome.
‘With China controlling more than half of the world’s steel capacity, what it makes in 24 hours is what we produce in one year’
At present, the province’s tax receipts account for only 0.8pc of the estimated provincial economic output.
LAHORE: The Lucky Electric Power Company has served the Central Power Purchasing Agency (CPPA) a notice, initiating...
"Present surge in consumption is driving domestic industry and will lead to industrialisation without burdening external sector."
The measures announced favour the large corporate companies. says CEO.
The middle-class families are quietly embracing renewable solar energy from the rooftops of their homes in Lahore.
The ban on the sale of plots in SEZs has resulted in a shortage of funds, delayed development,...
Many commentators agree that economic woes are driving a substantial number of people to the opposition’s protest rallies.
The Economic Outreach Initiative is predicated on the premise that the nation’s military security...
The Punjab and Sindh govts have not enforced the law requiring mill owners to pay quality premium for such crops.
Almost all the companies covered by the GIDC law have individually filed review petitions with the Supreme Court.