Pakistan to impose tax on Nato
Pakistan is considering charging millions of dollars in annual taxes on Nato trucks and fuel tankers, officials told the BBC on Monday.
The charges might include taxes on fuel in addition to port and storage fees, they said.
The supply route is a lifeline for Nato troops but Pakistan closed it last month after 24 of its soldiers were killed in a Nato air strike.
Thousands of tankers are now stranded.
On Sunday, Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani told the BBC that Pakistan may continue its blocking of Nato convoys into Afghanistan for several weeks.
Gilani refused to rule out closing Pakistan's airspace to the US.