Karachi: On Dec 28, the Pakistani rupee continued to slide against the US dollar with a fresh decline of 0.01% because of constant supply-side pressure. The local currency closed at Rs.178.19 against the greenback in the interbank market and surpassed Monday’s record low of Rs.178.17. This happened due to increased demand from the importers and a lack of adequate supplies.

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