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No government can execute its development agenda in Balochistan without bringing transparency in expenditures.
Abducted Chinese nationals did not hesitate from visiting 'unsafe' areas of city, claims police officer.
Rs11bn Quetta uplift package okayed, unspecified amount for CPEC-related projects
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Urge the finance minister to “review and reverse them in the interest of encouraging foreign direct investment.”
The debt secured through sale of provincial securities will form less than 4pc of its planned development investment.
The increase in provincial revenue has since helped the province significantly spike its development investment from
The new budget is up by 17.2 per cent from the original estimates for the outgoing year.
“Accumulation of foreign debt in the midst of ever falling exports is but a risky strategy…”
“Apart from certain election-related initiatives targeting specific segments of voters, the next provincial ...
A cursory reading of budget documents shows that an attempt is being made to balance growth and populism.
Economic Survey 2016-17 says cut due to improving security condition after ongoing military-led operations.
It’s time to decide if we want to grow and create jobs at home — or become a consumer society and export jobs elsewhere
The bank has come a long way since it was on the verge of bankruptcy on account of a massive non-performing loan
In the absence of reliable data, it is hard to analyse job market trends in Punjab.
“We are facing a deficit of around Rs37bn in the current year. So I don’t think we will be able to create a surplus”
“Give us an even playing field and we will show you how to diversify and increase exports of value-added products”
The government’s civil accounts, however, show that it has utilised less than a third of the amount, or just Rs180bn,
With almost a third of the country’s total annual installed capacity of around 800,000 tonnes already closed.