There is a need to resolve the issues which are responsible for ballooning trade deficit under FTAs, says Dagha.
Development spending may rise to Rs1.03 tr. No clear revenue plan yet.
"We want Pakistan, our iron brother, to develop," says ambassador Yao Jing on the second day of CPEC Summit.
Trading in the day remained slow, with only 112.6 million shares traded at the exchange.
The revival in the export proceeds is due to the cash subsidy offered under the exports enhancement package.
Forex dealers support the SBP’s the measures to improve dollar supplies to bring down dollar rates.
The governor hoped that the scheme will help in getting billions of dollars.
India argues that its exports of on steel and aluminium to the United States did not create a security concern.
For overcoming external sector problems, govt will have to borrow billions of dollars before this fiscal's end in June.
Speakers discuss need to improve communication between Chinese, Pakistani officials, manage projects better.
- Caution and optimism at CPEC conference
- Budget outlay set to rise to Rs5.7tr
- Textile exports increase to $9.9bn
- Banks, cement lead recovery on stock market
- SBP, forex dealers discuss steps to contain dollar’s rise
- Finally home, Bundesbank’s gold goes on show
- Sindh governor touts tax amnesty
- C-4 countries seek cotton expertise
- What to watch out for in the next budget
- Experts predict the next budget
- Poll concerns will drive policymakers
- Bank borrowings fall by 19.09pc
- Rupee hits Rs117 against dollar
- Will the upcoming budget be built on solid ground?
- NFC deadlock amid cries for decentralisation
- Growth only if budget addresses concerns