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The monthly foreign trade numbers are beginning to indicate the slowdown in demand in the US, UK and Europe.
Pakistan’s real estate market is fraught with fraud and millions of unsuspecting aspiring homeowners have lost their life savings.
Political developments can be crucial to the economy in the next few weeks.
Workers’ remittances make up nearly 8.5pc of Pakistan’s overall GDP.
Pakistan has less than three per cent of the world’s population but 8pc of its unbanked adults
At the moment, the govt is in the driving seat and not ready to throw in the towel unless the establishment intervenes.
The central bank’s recent track record during the pre and post-Covid periods doesn’t inspire much confidence.
Blends available in the market can cause ulcers because of the additives and preservatives mixed in them
With the launch of Asaan Mobile Account scheme, you are all set in less than two minutes.
A stock buyback happens when a firm uses some of its excess cash to repurchase its own stock from the marketplace.
A ‘managed’ deregulation process with a 2pc levy on turnover to set up a medicine fund may be a solution to appease all parties.
The fast-paced surge in inflation and acute demand destruction show how the economic landscape will shape in upcoming months.
With the rich countries focused on the Ukraine war as they cope with recessionary pressures and donor fatigue, international help
Low exports should be a major concern for politicians, policymakers and businesspeople.
The question is how sustainable is it to depend on foreign largesse and ignore critical governance and fiscal reforms.
China-backed OPay plans to invest nearly $100 million in digital financial and payment infrastructure
Consuming Thar’s coals reserves could bring down electricity rates and reduce reliance on imports.
The hike in interest rates will significantly increase the debt burden of the government and the costs of its servicing but it.
Lack of warmth from PTI and Pakistan’s economic conditions had slowed the Corridor’s momentum, but it is gradually picking up.