During the past week, the weekly SPI observed a dip of 0.22% compared with the last week while it’s 8.24% higher as compared to the same period of 2019.
SPI witnessed a dip of 0.26% during the week ending December 10th while it’s 8.44% higher when compared with the last year.
As disclosed by the State Bank of Pakistan (SBP), the foreign reserves of the country witnessed a dip of $305 million.
SBP recently relaxed small-sized eCommerce businesses by skipping the submission of ‘E’ form when they export goods valued up to $5,000.
Inflation Dip: 8.35% YoY During November in Pakistan – low inflation means decreasing power to buy common products.
LCCI Stressed the Cosmetic industry to Participate Country’s Economy – This small industry could bring big impacts.
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) approved a loan of $300 million to help improve Pakistan’s export which has been unstable since 2004.
Pakistan achieved remarkable improvement in fiscal and current accounts – the statement came out from Dr. Abdul Hafeez Shaikh.
On Tuesday, the exporters took the decision of resuming the onions export considering the price…
Pakistan and Oman, Working to Improve Bilateral Ties – the 2 states discussed matters related to political, economic, and commercial ties.