Pakistan Budget 2021-2022...Read more
- Pakistan Budget 2021-2022: Live updates Customs duty reduced from 11% to 3%; GST rates are also being reduced - Country's $16 billion foreign exchange reserves are good enough for more than three months of imports - Per capita income has been raised up to 15 per cent - Pakistan's current account deficit stood at $20 billion in 2018 has now stand at $800 million surplus - The government may earmark funds for Covid-19 to procure more vaccines in the upcoming year. According to a government statement, it has spent $250m for procuring vaccines in FY21 and the upcoming budget will see an enhanced amount for this purpose. - The construction sector is expected to grow at 8.3 per cent in fiscal year 2021-22. - 6.5 per cent and 6.2 per cent growth targets set for the industrial and manufacturing sectors, respectively, in fiscal year 2021-22. - According to the budget 2021-22 document, the GDP growth rate has been set at 5 per cent while 2.2 per cent target is set for important crops.
- The New York Times publishes photo story on Chawmos festival celebrated in Pakistan's Kalash valley
- Pakistan lauds UN efforts to prevent spread of disinformation regarding coronavirus vaccines
Virtual Meeting of Information Minister @fawadchaudhry and National Security Advisor @YusufMoeed on Projection of National Narrative in foreign media and ways to tackle sensitive areas that earn us negative projection with Press Attachés/Counsellors Abroad 27th May, 2021
External Publicity Wing is an arm of the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Pakistan, primarily responsible for public diplomacy and projection of Pakistan's policies abroad through press counsellors and attachés present in 17 capitals of the world..
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