ISLAMABAD – Federal Minister for Petroleum and Natural Resources Dr Asim Thursday said that all the CNG stations will have to be closed in January as the country was mired by acute gas shortage.
WASHINGTON: The United States wants to “turn the page” of its relationship with Pakistan in the New Year, after a “difficult and complex” phase in 2011, a State Department spokesperson said Thursday..
World Bank President Robert Zoellick has warned that rising food prices have reached dangerous heights that pose the biggest threat to the world’s poor.
“We are in a danger zone because prices have already gone up; stocks for many commodities are relatively low,” Mr Zoellick said at the opening of the World Bank’s annual spring meetings in Washington.
KARACHI – The State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) has said that Pakistan’s economy will continue to grow at a steady pace, facing a number of domestic and external challenges in the current fiscal year 2010-11.
The State Bank of Pakistan published its report for the second quarter of FY11 on Friday.