Islamabad Pakistan has received three billion dollars from Saudi Arabia.

Will be accumulated for one year and Pakistan will pay 4% annual profit to Saudi Arabia on this amount
The SBP has received 3 billion in Saudi deposits, for which we are grateful to Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman the finance adviser said.

It may be recalled that Saudi Arabia had promised to keep three billion dollars in the State Bank of Pakistan which would be deposited for one year and Pakistan would pay four percent annual profit to Saudi Arabia on this amount.


Rising crude oil prices.

The price of crude oil has risen in the world market.
According to international media the global economy has once again come under the influence of Corona, a few days ago in the world market where crude oil prices were between 80 and 85 85 per barrel, which has dropped significantly.

West Texas Intermediate is trading a 71.34 a barrel, while London Brent crude is trading at 75.53 a barrel.

It should be noted that until a few days ago, countries around the world were in the grip of high prices due to the rise in crude oil prices in the world market. Despite this, crude oil prices could not be reduced.

While the recent sharp fall in crude oil prices has threatened to hurt the global economy, the good news for Pakistan is that it could lead to a drop in petrol prices in the country.


PTA has reduced the number of calls per minute on mobile phones.

Pakistan Telecommunication Authority PTITMTR has been reduced after full consultation with the telecom industry. From January 1, 2022, the mobile termination rate has been reduced from Rs 0.70 per minute to Rs 0.50 per minute. MTR has been reduced. Customers will be able to take advantage of more competitive and innovative offers like Free Mint of Net Bundles.

The PTA says that the low rates of net calls will also be beneficial for the market as small operators will also benefit from payments made to large operators.

The consultation paper released in July 2021 found that the current MTR in Pakistan exceeds the benchmarking results of the prevailing MTRs in the region.

Requests for review of current termination rates were received from telecom operators.
MTR is set for long and international calls.

According to PTA, from January to June 2022, MTR will be Rs 0.50 per minute. From July 2022 to June 2023, MTR will be Rs 0.40 per minute. After July 2023, MTR will be Rs 0.30 per minute.


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Karachi SBP raises interest rate to 8.75%.

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More expensive than Sugars petrol.

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