The bulk of return filers of around 2.3m or 84pc are either junk filers or fall in the lowest tax brackets.
40pc jump in kerb selling of dollars, claim dealers.
Retailers are charging Rs10 per kg extra on both the imported varieties ranging between Rs50-60 per kg.
Warning traders against betting heavily in the oil market, Saudi energy minister says he will try to make the markets “jumpy”.
Major selling was witnessed in commercial banks at $2.41m and food and personal care products $2.32m.
Anthive.co has so far digitised 16 subjects — popular locally and spanning over 12 years.
FBR data shows Sindh topped the list of provinces/regions that contributed highest share of income tax — 44.91 per cent.
Move to change gas supply agreements of govt-owned plants reportedly originated at the request of the Privatisation Commission.
The Punjab govt has insisted on procuring imported wheat at Rs1,400 per 40kg.
Of the total cases selected, 10,441 fall in the category of income tax, 2,065 in sales tax and 27 in Federal Excise Duty.
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"Don’t save money by pushing us up against the wall,"says Meezan Bank CEO Irfan Siddiqui.
To make up for Wapda’s loss and protect its critical projects, the government will have to make available at least Rs160bn.
Relevant statistics on inequality have not been updated since 2015-16.
Published in Dawn, The Business and Finance Weekly, September 14th, 2020
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