For PIA, the bomb scare is horrible news. It is not the first time the airline is being linked with bomb threats, as if the airline has become the terrorist’s airline of choice.
Inter-corporate circular debt is holding the country’s entire economy hostage. But is the government doing enough to tackle the problem?
Does Pakistan’s tax system and entrenched spending priorities make the formulation of a pro-poor budget impossible?
Are the initiatives laid out in the federal budget for 2010-2011 enough to help Pakistan’s poor make it through these tough times and eventually prosper?
Here are the key financial points from the government of Pakistan’s proposed budget for 2010-2011 as presented by the finance minister on June 5, 2010.
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At age 26, Yasir Sheikh is well on the path to realising all his dreams.
Foreign investors are eyeing Pakistan’s agricultural land and the government is entertaining their offers. But will Pakistani citizens benefit at all in the long-run?
The Punjab agriculture minister believes that leasing agricultural land to foreign investors cannot be undertaken without consulting local farmers and investors.
A food and agriculture ministry official argues in favour of foreign investment in Pakistan’s farmlands.