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Post Budget 2020-21 (Facts & Figures)

COVID- 19 pandemic ushers new wave of digitalization (Facts & Figures)

Budget At A Glance For FY 2020-21 (Rs. in Billion) Receipts Expenditure Tax Revenue 5,464 A. Current 6,345 – FBR Taxes 4,963 Interest Payments 2,946 – Other Taxes 501 Pension 470 – Non-Tax Revenue 1,109 Defence Affairs & Services 1,289 …

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Challenges and opportunities

Challenges and opportunities

Pakistan is facing various challenges where some are because of international factors but most of Pakistan’s current problems are self-created, which could have been avoided or at least would have been better managed. Whether it’s the large population to feed, …

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Revival of economy trend

Revival of economy trend

Prime Minister of Pakistan has recently claimed that economy is back on track and now stabilized, rupee is gaining without any support, main indicators are positive, current account deficit is in control and foreign reserves are increasing. On the other …

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Economy on the threshold of a boom

Economy on the threshold of a boom

There is ample discussion these days regarding the current economic performance of Pakistan and it is being contended whether the worst is over as being claimed by the government. Well, there are plenty of reasons to believe that something good …

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Pakistan economic growth to remain fragile

Pakistan economic growth to remain fragile

Pakistan continues to suffer from ‘confidence deficit’, mainly because of poor economic indicators. Over the last one year, the level has gone down further because of the disparity because the officially released data and the ground realities. The miseries are …

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A cautionary tale

A cautionary tale

A famous quote highlights sustainability by discussing the difference between giving a man a fish and teaching them how to fish. Recently, it has become a common conception that China is using its Belt and Road initiative to hawk all …

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