Pakistan has allowed the rupee to weaken twice in a space of four months.
Pakistan’s de-facto finance minister refuted an IMF assessment that the country’s economy was deteriorating.
Egyptian billionaire will start building a housing estate outside Islamabad worth billions.
Pakistan’s ruling party is set to become the largest party in the Senate despite legal set backs against Sharif.
The move follows a push from the U.S., U.K., France and Germany to put Pakistan on the monitoring list.
Pakistan Court Order Bars Sharif From Leading Ruling Party
Pakistan is taking steps to avoid being on the international terrorism-financing watch list.
U.S. President Donald Trump earlier suspended about $2 billion in military aid to the nuclear-armed nation.
Pakistan is pushing for completion of a fence along its border with Afghanistan and wants U.S. to help pay for it.
Pakistan will use its national identity database to build profiles of potential taxpayers in to broaden tax base.
Pakistan's Premier Sees No Military Solution to Afghanistan War
Pakistan Defence minister says U.S. aid cuts unhelpful for peace.
Pakistan felt “betrayed” by the U.S. and won’t seek a restoration of military funding, says army chief.
Pakistan Premier Abbasi Says `No Plan' to Further Weaken Rupee
Ride-Hailing Careem Eyes Pakistan Expansion Across 30 New Cities
Pakistan’s rupee weakened to a record low after the central bank continued to ease its grip on the currency.
Pakistan has called in the army to take control of violent demonstrations in the capital city.
Trump has demanded that Pakistani leaders take tougher action against terrorists.
Pakistan’s government called in the army to help police control deadly Islamist protests in the capital city.
Hafiz Saeed to be released from house arrest Thursday.
Religious protesters have held Pakistan’s capital under siege showing that PM Abbasi’s government is losing control.