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Coronavirus
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Pakistan Deaths
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7824hr
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344724hr
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292,644
Punjab
319,365
Balochistan
23,447
Islamabad
78,200
KPK
124,484

Tahir Amin

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313 items: China accepts duty-free access demand: Dawood

Advisor to Prime Minister on Commerce and Textile Abdul Razak Dawood said on Tuesday that China has accepted Pakistan's demand of duty-free market access on 313 items and both sides would sign Phase-II of Free Trade Agreement (FTA) on April 28, 2019. This
Published 17 Apr, 2019 12:00am
Markets

313 items: China accepts duty-free access demand: Dawood

Advisor to Prime Minister on Commerce and Textile Abdul Razak Dawood said on Tuesday that China has accepted Pakistan's demand of duty-free market access on 313 items and both sides would sign Phase-II of Free Trade Agreement (FTA) on April 28, 2019. This
Published 17 Apr, 2019 12:00am
Markets

313 items: China accepts duty-free access demand: Dawood

Advisor to Prime Minister on Commerce and Textile Abdul Razak Dawood said on Tuesday that China has accepted Pakistan''s demand of duty-free market access on 313 items and both sides would sign Phase-II of Free Trade Agreement (FTA) on April 28, 2019. Thi
Published 17 Apr, 2019 12:00am
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Plan for setting up mobile phone making plants devised

The government has devised a plan for setting up mobile phone manufacturing plants in Pakistan as some companies, including Huawei, have been offered to establish plants to promote local manufacturing, besides creating job opportunities. While addressing
Published 16 Apr, 2019 12:00am
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Rs 330 billion that NHA owes to MoF reflecting in budget deficit

National Highway Authority (NHA) owes Rs 330 billion, including Rs 80 billion for the current fiscal year (2018-19) of non-tax revenue, to Ministry of Finance (MoF), which is reflecting in budget deficit. This was revealed by Joint Secretary Finance Divis
Published 13 Apr, 2019 12:00am
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Rs 330 billion that NHA owes to MoF reflecting in budget deficit

National Highway Authority (NHA) owes Rs 330 billion, including Rs 80 billion for the current fiscal year (2018-19) of non-tax revenue, to Ministry of Finance (MoF), which is reflecting in budget deficit. This was revealed by Joint Secretary Finance Divis
Published 13 Apr, 2019 12:00am
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Rs 330 billion that NHA owes to MoF reflecting in budget deficit

National Highway Authority (NHA) owes Rs 330 billion, including Rs 80 billion for the current fiscal year (2018-19) of non-tax revenue, to Ministry of Finance (MoF), which is reflecting in budget deficit. This was revealed by Joint Secretary Finance Divis
Published 13 Apr, 2019 12:00am
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Net debt to increase to 72.7 percent of GDP: IMF

Pakistan's overall deficit was 21/2 percentage points of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) looser than budgeted, owing to underperforming revenues and expenditure overruns related to the political cycle. This is stated in International Monetary Fund (IMF) repo
Published 11 Apr, 2019 12:00am
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Net debt to increase to 72.7 percent of GDP: IMF

Pakistan's overall deficit was 21/2 percentage points of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) looser than budgeted, owing to underperforming revenues and expenditure overruns related to the political cycle. This is stated in International Monetary Fund (IMF) repo
Published 11 Apr, 2019 12:00am
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Net debt to increase to 72.7 percent of GDP: IMF

Pakistan''s overall deficit was 21/2 percentage points of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) looser than budgeted, owing to underperforming revenues and expenditure overruns related to the political cycle. This is stated in International Monetary Fund (IMF) rep
Published 11 Apr, 2019 12:00am