Financial setoff mechanism by govt owned IPPs may loosen the noose of circular debt; envisions Hammad Azhar
Circular debt, Pakistan’s bleeding wound has been the anathema to economic progress and social alleviation for many years. With the approval of the financial setoff mechanism for government-owned entities by ECC, circular debt may decline. Should we take it with a grain of salt or is there some weight in this?
Business ties to strengthen between Uzbekistan and Pakistan as Imran Khan visits Tashkent along with his delegations, aiming to sign huge bilateral projects for the mutual prosperity of the two nations.
Pakistani Sikhs have extended the hand of invitation towards India to visit Kartarpur. Ever since the Covid lockdowns, India has not opened the border and Sikhs on both sides are eager to perform religious practices together once again.
In line with the Prime Minister Imran Khan’s vision to promote tourism and regional connectivity in the country, the Civil Aviation Authority has taken a major step towards tourism.
Famous for its views ranging from barren lands to rocky mountains, Pakistan’s Karakoram Highway has been ranked the 14th most beautiful road in the world.
Head of national command and operations center Asad Umar has announced that due to Poor SOP compliance and the spread of new contagious variants, there are clear signs of a fourth wave Of Covid-19 beginning in Pakistan.
There is a need to recognize that locally manufactured urea can become one of the top exports of Pakistan without any additional investments by the industry, which can be an essential component for the government’s Vision 2025 which seeks to elevate Pakistan’s position from a lower middle income to an upper-middle income country by pursuing an ambitious, export-led growth strategy.