Pakistan to be amongst 20 leading economies of world by 2030: Ahsan Iqbal
He said international financial institutions are recognizing Pakistan's economic turnaround due to prudent policies of the government
Government is striving hard to turn low value addition products to high value addition. Planning Minister Ahsan Iqbal has expressed the confidence that Pakistan will be amongst 20 leading economies of the world by 2030.
WB predicts Pakistan economy to grow at 5.2pc in 2017
With growth prospects continuing to improve and inflation remaining contained, Pakistan economy would continue to grow at 5.2 percent in 2017, the World Bank (WB) predicted in its recent report.
Budget to be announced on May 26
The government has decided to announce the budget for financial year 2017-18 on Finance Minister Ishaq Dar says the announcement of the budget had been pulled earlier because Ramazan was expected to begin on May 28, adding that preparations were being made accordingly.
Rupee strengthens against euro
In the local currency market last week, experts said the rupee may come under pressure due to a widening trade deficit.
The rupee ended firm versus the dollar in the interbank on the back of sufficient liquidity with banks amid low demand from importers and the corporate sector.
PSX, PITB come up with platform for innovators, investors
Pakistan Stock Exchange Limited (PSX) and Punjab Information Technology Board (PITB) on Monday signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to facilitate technological entrepreneurship in the country and provide a nurturing ecosystem for the growth of technology startups.
Clean energy can be produced even with coal
Coal power has acquired a bad image, perhaps less due to its pollution dimension and more due to the CO2 emission which produce greenhouse gases, causing climate change, in which Pakistan has been projected to be one of 10 worst victims.
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