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Coronavirus
VERY HIGH Source: covid.gov.pk
Pakistan Deaths
23,209
7624hr
Pakistan Cases
1,020,324
4,49724hr
7.53% positivity
Sindh
374,434
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354,904
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30,019
Islamabad
86,602
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142,799

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Opinion

SBP’s economic outlook

Going forward, in FY22, the economic momentum that became evident during FY21 is expected to strengthen further. The...
Published 17 Jul, 2021 04:21am
SBP foresees surge in current account deficit, inflation
Print

SBP foresees surge in current account deficit, inflation

  • Major downside risk to overall growth outlook for FY22 is the ongoing third and potentially additional waves of Covid-19
  • While remaining bounded, the current account deficit is expected to rise, mainly due to a further widening in the trade deficit
Updated 17 Jul, 2021 10:35am
Cement hauling new highs
BR Research

Cement hauling new highs

In just the last fiscal year, cement industry has sold 20 percent more cement compared to the corresponding last ...
Published 05 Jul, 2021 07:48am