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G7 finance ministers will discuss recent forex moves: Canada OTTAWA: Finance ministers and central bankers from the Group of Seven industrialized nations will discuss recent foreign exchange movements when they meet in Germany this week, a Canadian official said on Monday. The official also told reporters that foreign exchange movements over the last few months have reflected what was happening in the world economy, in particular economic recoveries in the United States and Europe. Copyright Reuters, 2015 ...

Pervaiz grieved over loss of lives in Daska incident ISLAMABAD: Minister for Law, Justice and Human Rights Senator Pervaiz Rashid on Monday expressed his grief and sorrow over killing of two lawyers, including Rana Khalid Abbas, President Daska Bar Association.The minister, in a statement here, said the clash between police and lawyers community was unfortunate and persons responsible for the killings would be brought to book.He said the government believed in rule of law and justice would be provided to the families of the ...
Tunisia soldier opens fire on comrades near parliament TUNIS: A Tunisian soldier opened fire on comrades at a barracks near parliament on Monday, wounding some of them, the defence ministry said.Ministry spokesman Belhassen Oueslati declined to be drawn on whether there had been any deaths in the shooting at the capital's Bouchoucha barracks."The armed forces took control of the situation after firing on the soldier," he told AFP.The spokesman declined to say whether the gunman had been killed and said there was no ...
Nigeria's Jonathan handing over nation in crisis: opposition ABUJA: Nigeria's President Goodluck Jonathan is handing over a country in its worst-ever state, the main opposition said on Sunday, as fuel shortages and economic woes crippled the nation."Never in the history of our country has any government handed over to another a more distressed country," All Progressives Congress (APC) spokesman Lai Mohammed said in an emailed statement."No electricity, no fuel, workers are on strike, billions are owed to state and federal workers, $60 billion ...
Colombia's FARC rebels kill one in first attack since halting ceasefire BOGOTA: One police officer was killed and two more were wounded in a bombing by Colombia's FARC rebels on Sunday in the first attack by the group since it called off a unilateral ceasefire during peace talks with the government. The incident took place outside the city of Tumaco in the southwestern province of Narino when the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, detonated explosives beside a passing police vehicle, police told reporters. The ...
US says Iraqi forces lack will to fight IS BAGHDAD: Washington on Sunday accused Iraqi forces of lacking the will to fight the Islamic State group, which scored a resounding victory a week earlier with the capture of Ramadi.The militants had appeared on the back foot in Iraq in recent months but twin offensives on Ramadi and on the ancient Syrian city of Palmyra have swung the momentum.The loss of Ramadi, capital of Iraq's largest province of Anbar, raised questions over the strategy adopted ...


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Banking Review 2014

Foreign Debt $61.805bn
Per Cap Income $1,386
GDP Growth 4.14%
Average CPI 8.6%
Trade Balance $-1.586 bln
Exports $1.932 bln
Imports $3.518 bln
WeeklyMay 21, 2015
Reserves $17.75 bln