'A change in the modes of payment will help increase the number of taxpayers'LAHORE: Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry President Almas Hyder has said...
Inflows of $1.6m during the week depicted muted foreign interest while average daily turnover stood at 125m, down 34.7pc WoW Investors adviced to...
China’s banks made the most new loans on record in January following a series of moves to boost lending as authorities try to prevent a sharp slowdown in the world’s second-largest economy
China is the largest e-commerce market globally with total e-commerce sales forecast at $834 billion in 2019 and projected to further rise to $1.24 trillion by 2022
A weak retail sales report for December released this week was followed on Friday by a report showing manufacturing production posted its biggest decline in eight months in January
Officials revealed Beijing has also pledged to an additional $1 billion for health, education, drinking water, vocational training and poverty alleviation projects over the next three years
U.S. duties on $200 billion in imports from China are set to rise to 25 percent from 10 percent if there is no deal by March 1 to address U.S. demands that China curb forced technology transfers and better enforce intellectual property rights
The aviation secretary said the new policy would provide more facilities and procedures would be eased to attract more airlines to Pakistan
During July-January of current FY19, the collection of withholding tax from banking deposits soared 221% and counterbalanced the fall in tax collection from profit on government securities
Saudi Arabia is reportedly preparing to sign a record investment package with Pakistan, including a $10 billion refinery and oil complex for the strategic Gwadar Port on the Arabian Sea
The foreign minister appreciated the trade and investment relations and welcomed the entry of Volkswagen into the Pakistani market
The Russian ambassador to Pakistan said the country was initiating work on an offshore gas pipeline in Pakistan, which would enable in resolving energy issues in upcountry areas
During the first half (July-December) of FY19, the government procured $11.3 billion loans from several countries compared to $8.6 billion till the end of June last year
Electricity shortages have eased in the last 12 months but years of mismanagement and funding shortfalls for subsidies have led to accumulated power sector payment arrears, or “circular debt”, soaring to 1.4 trillion rupees ($10.1 billion)
ISLAMABAD: Planning and Statistics Division Minister Makhdoom Khusro Bakhtiar has emphasised the need to maintain a database of Pakistani students and graduates from China in...