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Fiscal deficit for FY22-23 reaches 7.7 percent of GDP

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan's GDP budget deficit has surged to 7.7 percent, reflecting a disparity of Rs 6,521 billion between expenditures and earnings in the fiscal...

Shaukat Tarin questions PML-N govt about predicted Rs6.8tr fiscal deficit

ISLAMABAD: Former finance minister Shaukat Tarin has questioned the Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) government for predicting an unusual fiscal deficit of Rs6.8 trillion...

India to miss fiscal deficit target by 30-50 bps

The government is also likely to defer lowering the fiscal deficit to 3% of GDP by a year to 2021/22, the same two officials said.

IMF’s SOS mission arriving in Pakistan tomorrow

It will suggest ways to the government to cut the fiscal deficit

Inflation rate lesser than previous governments: Asad Umar

Asad Umar says the federal government felt difficulties of its nationals due to inflation hike but it did happen when steps have been taken to remove bigger deficits.

India faces challenges meeting 2019/20 fiscal deficit target: Moody’s analyst

India will face challenges meeting its fiscal deficit target of 3.4 percent for 2019/20, a Moody’s analyst said on Friday

Pakistan’s economy set to surpass last year’s growth rate: SBP

Pakistan’s economy is set to surpass last year’s growth rate, while inflation and the fiscal deficit were both contained, according to a second quarterly report released by the State Bank of Pakistan.

State Bank expects 5-6 pct GDP growth in current fiscal year

KARACHI: The State Bank of Pakistan on Saturday released its second quarterly report for the current fiscal year 2016-2017 and stated that the overall...

Fiscal deficit rises by 2.4 pct in six months

ISLAMABAD: The volume of fiscal deficit has reached Rs. 799 billion with an increase of 2.4 percent in the first six months of FY16-17,...

IMF sets four new conditions to issue next tranche

ISLAMABAD: International Monetary Fund (IMF) has set four new conditions to issue the next tranche of the bailout to Pakistan, ARY News reported on Tuesday.