It projects current account deficit will narrow to 5.1% of GDP in FY19 and to 4% in FY20 from a revised 6.1% in FY18
Earlier, the State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) in November had received $1 billion from Saudi Arabia.
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It expects the trade deficit to narrow over the coming months irrespective of oil price dynamics taking the country’s dollar shortage and recent rupee weakness into context
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Port Qasim Authority (PQA) Chairman Asad Rafi Chandna said it was working to develop another natural ship navigation channel
Previously, e-Hualu was involved in building a project in 2016, which included an electronic policing system, access control and a vehicle monitoring platform for the capital Islamabad
It has come to the fore, that three out of four people who were declaring agriculture as the source of income aren’t paying tax on agriculture income in provinces
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On a month-on-month basis (MoM), auto sales declined 30% to 17,442 units in November against 24,850 units in October
On a month-on-month (MoM) basis, trade deficit recorded a decline of 5.3% to $2.78 billion from $2.94 billion in October 2018
For these phones to be registered, Mr Azhar said it can be done at either the airports or in any of the Customs houses across the country and phones aren’t detained during the process of registration/duty payments
In April 2016, ThalNova had been granted a power generation licence for establishing a 330-megawatt coal-fired power plant at Thar coal mine south, Sindh
Chaudhary said a 38% duty will be levied on costlier mobile phones