ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) goverment has estimated 3 per cent GDP growth for the ongoing fiscal year (FY21) and 4.2pc GDP growth for the next fiscal year (FY22).    For FY21, the government expects GDP...

Islamabad to open consulate in Munich to tap economic potential: FM

BERLIN: Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi has announced that Pakistan will soon open a consulate in Munich to tap economic potential present in Germany. While talking to the media the...

Overseas remittances exceed $2bn for 10th consecutive month

ISLAMABAD: Remittances from Pakistani workers employed abroad exceeded $2 billion for the 10th consecutive month in March at $2.7 billion — up 43 per cent from a year earlier,...

The auditors want to leave

Deloitte’s left, and EY is reportedly on the verge of a similar decision. We explain what is happening and why it can hit Pakistan hard

Your new car probably isn’t arriving any time soon because of a global semiconductor shortage

With a global semiconductor shortage, Pakistani automobile manufacturers have no option but to delay deliveries

Kitchen Cuisine is thriving yet struggling. Will it rise to the occasion once more?

The untold story of one of Pakistan’s most inspiring local food chains

How the Hashimi Can Company literally went up in flames

A Field marshal’s son, the storming of a factory, fire, revival, and the coronavirus. The Hashimi Can story has not been boring to say the least

PIA: still a loss, but hey, it’s not as bad as before

According to its latest financials, the losing airline has managed to curtail losses

Exchange Traded Funds: An Opportunity Lost?

Only four equity ETFs have been launched, and their market volumes have been dismal

What the frenzy over Clubhouse reminds us about brand strategy

In the New York Times Bestseller “The Four” by Professor Scott Galloway of the NYU Stern School of Business, the trillion-dollar valuation of Apple...

Dear offended reader…

This one is for you!

How a public-private partnership model will achieve import deletion

If the government hears PAAPAM out, their automotive model can work for Public sector bodies and corporations

Break the monopolies!

Can shortsighted governments deliver the one-step economic reform agenda Pakistan needs for the long term: Eradicate monopolies and cartels, in both, the public and private sector?

Competition is overrated

Not the silver bullet many argue it is