Alibaba Is Said to Mull Buying Rocket Internet's Pakistan Unit
Pakistan has allowed the rupee to weaken twice in a space of four months.
Exxon Mobil Partnering With Pakistan for Third LNG Terminal
Pakistan May Raise $2.5 Billion as in Previous Bond Sale
China Seen Slowing Spending on Belt and Road Energy Projects
Pakistan’s de-facto finance minister refuted an IMF assessment that the country’s economy was deteriorating.
Five months before national polls Pakistan’s government is struggling to fix its economy.
The move follows a push from the U.S., U.K., France and Germany to put Pakistan on the monitoring list.
A denim factory in Karachi could hold the key to reviving Pakistan’s ailing exports.
As the emerging-market stocks rally eases, equities from more exotic destinations are well-placed to outshine them.
Richard Morin was appointed last month after a group of Chinese stock exchanges bought a 40% stake in late 2016.
Foreign investors are snapping up Pakistani equities again.
Pakistan Unexpectedly Raises Rates for First Time in 4 Years
Pakistan felt “betrayed” by the U.S. and won’t seek a restoration of military funding, says army chief.
Pakistan Flogging Unloved Fuel Oil as It Shifts to Cleaner LNG
Pakistan Premier Abbasi Says `No Plan' to Further Weaken Rupee
Pakistan’s rupee weakened to a record low after the central bank continued to ease its grip on the currency.
Don’t expect Pakistan’s currency devaluation to lure foreigners back to its laggard stock market just yet.
Pakistan Loosens Grip on Rupee as Economic Pressures Persist
In a Karachi factory, a tile manufacturer had been struggling to jump on board the construction booms.
Pakistan raised $2.5 billion in dollar-denominated debt as it seeks to pump up foreign-exchange reserves.