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Decline in exports

September 19, 2014 According to data released by the Pakistan Bureau of Statistics (PBS), exports fell to 3.84 billion dollars in July-August 2014 against 4 billion dollars last year - a decline of 5.8 percent. This statistic should be a ... Business Recorder, 1 month ago
Exports drop by 6pc in July-August DAWN Group, 1 month ago
Exports decline to 7 percent in July The News Tribe, 2 months ago
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Pakistan's iron and steel imports up 136pct in August

According to the data released by the Pakistan Federal Bureau of Statistics, Pakistan's iron and steel scrap imports amounted to 266,324 MT in August this year increasing 24.05% compared to July and up 35.39% YoY. The value of these imports in ...
 Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide3 weeks ago

Civilians in Pakistan Become Victims of US's War on Terror

WASHINGTON, October 19 (RIA Novosti) A new report published by the UK Bureau of Investigative Journalism demonstrates that more than one thousand innocent people in Pakistan appeared to be in the wrong place at the wrong time, becoming victims of ...
 RIA Novosti3 days ago

Pakistan's year-on-year inflation eases to 6.99% in August

Pakistan's annual inflation rate eased to 6.99 per cent in August from 7.88 per cent in July, the Bureau of Statistics said on Monday. Pakistan observed the Muslim holy month of Ramadan in July. Traditionally, prices increase during the month as traders cash ...
 Economic Times1 month ago Pakistan's y-o-y inflation eases to 6.99% in August  Economic Times1 month ago

Flaws in CPI computation

September 08, 2014 Most of the people in Pakistan don't seem to believe in the accuracy of price statistics, made public by the Pakistan Bureau of Statistics (PBS) at regular intervals. Without going into the nitty-gritty of such an exercise, ...
 Business Recorder1 month ago

Flight of capital?

Flight of capital is nothing new for Pakistan; it has gone on for decades. Had that not been the case the Finance Minister would not have admitted that Pakistanis have accumulated over $200 billion in banks abroad. That said there were periods of ...
 Business Recorder1 day ago
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Nobel Peace Prize Winner Malala Lives Under Constant Threat of Death

Two policemen with AK-47 rifles stood guard in the narrow ally outside of Malala Yousafzai's uncle's house in Pakistan this weekend, watching for anything suspicious after she became the first teenager to win a Nobel Peace Prize. Yousafzai, 17, ...
 NewsMax.com1 week ago AK-47s at Peace Hero's House Show Why Malala Prefers U.K.  BusinessWeek1 week ago AK-47s at Nobel laureate's house show why Malala is in UK  Livemint.com1 week ago AK-47s at Peace Prize Hero's House Show Why Malala Prefers U.K.  Bloomberg1 week ago
RIA Novosti

Drones and domination

DRONES have divided Pakistan for nearly a decade now. In the days when drone attacks first began many were beguiled by the promises they represented: the militant tumours that were eating up a corner of the country would be eliminated via these ...
 DAWN Group22 hours ago Experts Lack Accurate Data on Casualties in US Drone Strikes in Pakistan  RIA Novosti4 days ago US Seeks to Avoid Civilian Casualties During Drone Strikes: White House  RIA Novosti1 day ago
The Express Tribune

Exports fall swells trade deficit by 45pc to $6.5b

ISLAMABAD - Pakistan's trade deficit widened by over 45 per cent during the first quarter (July-September) of the ongoing financial year (FY2015) due to the continuous decline in the country's exports and ever-rising growth in imports. The ...
 The Nation Pakistan1 week ago Widening of trade account deficit  Business Recorder2 days ago Trade deficit widens by 45%  The Express Tribune1 week ago 1QFY15: Trade deficit widens by 45% to $6.5 billion  The Express Tribune1 week ago
Malay Mail

Nobel prize winner Malala still faces threats in Pakistan

Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai, the joint winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, speaks at Birmingham library in Birmingham, central England October 10, 2014. ― Reuters pic KARACHI, Oct 13 — Two policemen with AK-47 rifles stood guard in the ...
 Malay Mail1 week ago Pakistani, Indian share Peace Prize about  Manila Standard Today1 week ago Pakistani Schoolgirl Malala Shares Nobel Prize With Indian for Defending Children  BusinessWeek1 week ago Malala Yousafzai, Kailash Satyarthi Share Nobel Peace Prize  Bloomberg1 week ago
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