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Economic Revival

Economic revival

News reports have indicated that the prime minister has asked his economic team to draw up an economic revival plan. This is a surprising turnaround in the government’s assessment of…

Economic Revival Agenda

Economic revival agenda

Pakistan’s persisting crisis of political governance has shrouded from public attention the more pervasive and fundamental human, financial and development crises that are progressively corroding the very foundations of the…

Unified economic response

Nothing is more important while aiming to mitigate economic disruption, in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, than to fashion a unified response fully coordinated across all tiers of governments.…

Roadmap For Revival

Roadmap for revival

The supplementary finance bill (commonly termed as the mini-budget) presented by Asad Umar received a mixed response. Many were expecting an overnight overhaul in Pakistan’s economy by the PTI government…

Economic Reforms: Part – XXXVII

Economic reforms: Part – XXXVII

The Ayub government finally realised the need for a new finance award in December 1961, without waiting for the promulgation of the 1962 constitution (June 1962), when it appointed the…

PTI and revival of economy

Disillusioned by the actions of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) of raising utility tariffs, seeking bailout from International Monetary Fund (IMF), devaluating rupee and following outdated tax policies of its predecessors, people…

Economic Reforms: Part-XXII

Economic reforms: Part-XXII

So far our focus has been on the economic policies affecting macroeconomic variables such as growth, inflation, money, investments etc. However, no less important are the policies that are impacting…