Labourers at work on a construction site in Karachi, Pakistan. File/Reuters
Pakistan’s National Coordination Committee on Housing, Construction and Development has turned out to be a morale booster for the builders and developers who are completely satisfied with the support
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The IMF board of governors on Monday greenlit a $650 billion increase in cash reserves for member nations, the last step in an initiative to boost liquidity for the most vulnerable countries. The move increases by 456 billion the stock of Special Drawing Rights (SDR), the International
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To boost investment activity in Sharjah, the Alef Group, a leading real estate developer and a pioneer in developing world-class lifestyle experiences in Sharjah, and the Sharjah Investors Services Centre (SAEED) recently signed an MoU to provide more facilities for investors