Latest News on Pakistan Economy
Showing of 0 - 10 from 7 results
Pakistan Economy - Total results - 7
Feb 15, 2019
Pulwama terror attack: Withdrawal of MFN status to hit Pakistan economy, says NITI Aayog vice chairman Rajiv KumarIndia's decision to withdraw the 'most favoured nation' (MFN) status to Pakistan will adversely impact the neighbouring country's economy which is already in "deep trouble", NITI Aayog Vice Chairman Rajiv Kumar said on Friday
Nov 02, 2018
IMF staff mission to visit Islamabad next week, initiate talks with Pakistan over bailout applicationIMF Director of Communications Gerry Rice told reporters that the discussions with Pakistan are likely to begin on 7 November. An IMF staff mission will go to Islamabad and initiate discussions with the authorities.
Jul 29, 2018
Imran Khan as Pakistan PM could be China’s biggest ally or headache; Beijing betrays rare nervousnessImran Khan's polarising election campaign has resulted in the creation of bad blood in Pakistan, and China is nervous that the spillover could affect its grand CPEC project
Jul 04, 2018
CPEC risks aggravating political tensions and widening social divides in Pakistan, warns Belgium-based think tank Crisis GroupThe China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) has its fair share of sceptics and opponents around the world, not least in India. Beijing and Islamabad have gone to great lengths to convince the world — again, not least, New Delhi — that the CPEC isn't a venture aimed at antagonising the region. Now, according to a report published by a Belgium-based research group, the project risks fuelling discontent within Pakistan, that could eventually lead to conflict.
Jun 27, 2018
India must explore new strategies to counter Pakistan's hostility, and do it without firing a single bulletIndia needs to explore more effective methods of neutralising this threat. In his classic treatise The Art of War, Sun Tzu had argued that the perfect strategy would be to subdue the enemy without fighting. Novel strategies need to be explored to make the cost of Pakistan's unrelenting hostility literally unaffordable.
Dec 27, 2016
Pakistan govt rejects calls to demonetise Rs 5,000 currency notePakistan's government has dismissed a recommendation from the upper house of Parliament to scrap the Rs 5,000 bank note to cut the flow of illicit money and reduce the size of the informal economy
Sep 05, 2013
Pakistan facing serious economic challenges, says IMFArray