Premier discusses economic challenges facing his government and his plans to tackle them.
Impact of government policies to reduce deficit is yet to appear in balance sheet.
Hong Kong lost more than 3pc, while Shanghai and Tokyo were more than 2pc off.
Loan repayments from CPEC to start in FY23-24, says Chinese official; expresses concern over "anti-CPEC" campaign.
“It is unacceptable to make people pay for the cost of theft and mismanagement of others,” says PM Khan.
“Ultimately there needs to be normalisation at the G20 level of critical crypto-related regulatory matters.”
Senate chairman says Gwadar is future economic hub of the country.
Sindh has vast investment opportunities in different sectors, says the chief minister.
“We have surplus sugar stocks in the mills and the government wants to add to this by forcing early crushing.”
"The minister also directed FBR officials to give Urdu version of the returns as well."
- Current account deficit down 2.5pc in July-Sept
- CPEC not responsible for Pakistan’s economic woes, says China
- EU eyes Brexit customs deal to break deadlock
- ‘Global rules on cryptocurrencies needed’
- Sugar mills decry new crushing date
- Delay in single-page return form irks Asad
- Stocks shed 85 points in late selling
- Rs9.15bn development schemes approved for Sindh