Pakistan’s government is considering setting up a new mechanism that will help central bank smooth volatility in exchange rates.
Pakistan Devalues Rupee Fifth Time This Year Amid IMF Talks
Elected on high hopes to battle corruption and fix economic malaise, Khan set ambitious targets for his first 100 days in office.
Chinese Businesses Face Resentment, Terror Attacks in Pakistan
Chinese Consulate in Pakistan's Karachi Attacked by Gunmen
Pakistan received a support package agreed last month as Islamabad attempts to plug its rapidly deteriorating finances.
Interloop will offer 12.5 percent of the business in the sale, likely to take place in January next year.
Imran Khan's Answer to Pakistan's Ailing Exports: More Subsidies
Khan’s first visit to China since taking office in August comes after Pakistan secured a $6 billion package from Saudi Arabia.
Pakistan’s Information Minister said “the first Pakistani will be sent to space in 2022,” the same year as India envisages.
Clogged Port Spurs Pakistan to Plan $200 Million Grain Terminal
Pakistan has regularly failed to meet conditions attached to its previous IMF loans.
Why Pakistan Is on the Road to Another IMF Bailout
The Pakistan government seeks to stabilize the economy and plug dwindling finances.
Pakistan becomes Asia’s most aggressive interest-rate hiker this year.
Bailout in the Balance as Pakistan Meets With IMF Officials
Sharif’s freedom will boost his Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz, which lost the controversial July 25 ballot.
Shortfall may widen to as much as 7.2 percent of gross domestic product this financial year through June.
Asad Umar’s expertise in hazardous materials should come in handy for his new job: managing Pakistan’s economy.
Pakistan’s energy distribution system has already collapsed.
Pakistan said it saved more than $600 million over the first 10 years of a natural gas supply deal.