Afghan transit trade ‘hurting Pakistan's economy’

Afghan transit trade ‘hurting Pakistan's economy’
The national flag is seen on the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) office building in Karachi, Pakistan August 29, 2018. (REUTERS/File)
Updated 24 September 2019

Afghan transit trade ‘hurting Pakistan's economy’

Afghan transit trade ‘hurting Pakistan's economy’

September 24: The Express Tribune report by Rizwan Asif states that the Directorate General of Trade functioning under the administration of Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) has revealed in its report that the Afghan transit and the Afghan imports were negatively affecting Pakistan’s economy and were the basic components of black economy in Pakistan.

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World Bank forecasts 0.5% growth rate

World Bank forecasts 0.5% growth rate
Updated 08 October 2020

World Bank forecasts 0.5% growth rate

World Bank forecasts 0.5% growth rate

OCTOBER 08: The World Bank sees an “anaemic” economic outlook …

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