The Express Tribune: Pakistan ponders action after rupee’s free-fall

A file photo of a currency exchange trader counting money in Karachi. Pakistan's national currency hit an all-time low against the US dollar on Friday as the country prepares for the 22nd IMF loan program. (Reuters)
Updated 16 May 2019
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The Express Tribune: Pakistan ponders action after rupee’s free-fall

May 16: The Express Tribune report by Salman Siddiqui states that Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesday took notice of the free-fall of the rupee in the open market and ordered authorities to take strict action against currency dealers selling the dollar at a higher price, as the rupee hit a new intra-day low of 147 to the US dollar and closed at a record low at 146.25.

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The Independent: India issues veiled nuclear threat to Pakistan with hint it could abandon 'no first use' policy

Updated 17 August 2019
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The Independent: India issues veiled nuclear threat to Pakistan with hint it could abandon 'no first use' policy

August 17: The Independent report by Tom Embury-Dennis states that India appears to have issued a threat to Pakistan when its defense minister said that New Delhi’s continued nuclear commitment to "no first use" would "depend on the circumstances."

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