Islamabad (HRNW) In a statement by the spokesperson of State Bank of Pakistan on Thursday, it was announced that the rate of investment in the country saw an increase of 68 percent from July till December, ARY News reported.
The statement further read that foreign investment in Pakistan was recorded at 1.34 billion dollars in the past six months.
The performance of the Pakistan Stock market remained satisfactory with an earnings of 4520 million dollars in the six-month pocket.
Collective investment in the last 6 months was estimated at 1.8 billion dollars.
Earlier on January 14, The State Bank of Pakistan has slapped penalties worth Rs219 million on five commercial banks in December 2019 owing to procedural violations in areas of customer due diligence (CDD), know your customer (KYC) and Foreign Exchange (FX) operations.
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