This year from January to September, China-Pakistan Agriculture trade achieved a record of USD 860 million, of which export from Pakistan to China was USD 613 million and it will increase year on year.
Imran Khan government’s recent reversal on its regionally competitive gas tariffs for exporters reduces government’s credibility, adversely affects textile exporters capacity to invest in innovation and has created a disturbing energy cost disparity between two federating units of Sindh and Punjab.
The only viable option for meaningful change in Pakistan is to replace the existing tax system with a lower, flat, and predictable tax system that is simple, pragmatic, growth-oriented, and broad-based. It is high time that the government and all political parties should consider it seriously.
The tough decisions coupled with the prudent policies by the incumbent government helped put the country’s economy on its own feet, said Muzammil Aslam, Spokesman for Advisor to PM on Finance and Revenue
Leading oil marketing company, Hascol's loss reduced by PKR 10.2 billion year over year. It posted a loss of PKR 25 billion for CY20 and a loss of PKR 35.2 billion for CY19, as highlighted in restated financial statements. Hascol is well on its way to sustainable profitability
A draft text that would seek to end subsidies for illegal fishing will be discussed in late November at the WTO in Geneva. But an Indian commerce ministry official revealed that the ongoing discussions hadn't yet addressed the concerns of developing countries like India.