Pakistan’s per capita use of steel is only 35kg as compared to the world average of 233kg...
We are afflicted by our elites’ madness, driven as it is by high and borrowed consumption.
It is hardly surprising that our country is at the bottom quarter of countries in terms of health indicators.
The political crisis is preventing the economy from healing through normal doses of price increase.
Pakistan produces nuclear power for peaceful purposes along with 31 other nations.
We can learn much about our culture simply by identifying the items in our new consumer baskets...
We seldom think of a tandoor as an enterprise where naans are baked.
By keeping domestic oil prices low, the government had been giving charity to the non-poor.
If authorities believe our economic and financial condition is not as bad as Sri Lanka’s, then their inaction proves risky.
Foolish statements uttered by officials, past or present, destroy the credibility of economic policies.
Blind belief in a conspiracy theory can be dangerous, but a nuanced approach is useful.
Short- to medium-term pain must be endured for gaining long-term economic benefits.
Government borrowing from the State Bank hinders savings.
Fears regarding the SBP Amendment Bill, passed by the NA and Senate, are misplaced.
As soon as rehab starts, our bureaucrats and technocrats find ways to escape from it, longing fervently for the stimulus again.
Not only are wages low, there also seems to be gender discrimination...
There is always a cacophony of protests when the rates go up although they benefit the savers.
Undoubtedly, ghee, cooking oil and sugar have a special place in our culture.
Does high inflation cause as much stress as unemployment? In fact, the latter is far more dreadful.
Prudence is required by the policymakers in order to avoid overstressing the economy.