ISLAMABAD: Finance advisor Abdul Hafeez Shaikh attended on Wednesday, amongst other finance heads of developing countries, a video conference held by Managing Director International
According to its World Economic Outlook (WEO) 2020, the Fund forecasted average inflation rate at 8.8 per cent and current account deficit at 2.5
An unreliable and expensive energy and transport infrastructure only adds to the country’s woes It is said that too much of easy money is
ISLAMABAD: The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has projected Pakistan’s GDP (gross domestic product) growth rate at one per cent during the current fiscal year.
Some hard facts: the World Bank sees an ‘anaemic’ outlook of Pakistan with a growth rate of just 0.5% in this fiscal year —
Investors in the PSX have their eyes fixed on Pakistan’s destiny in the FATF October caucus Pakistan’s stock market exhibited a brisk recuperation with
The International Monetary Fund seeks a further limit on short-term borrowings for filling budget gaps, as Pakistan’s gross financing needs may remain close to