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Beggars and Choosers
11 minutes ago
Pakistan Today

The World Bank (WB) has issued another warning to Pakistan, but this time it is not over the usual complaint, the federal government not adhering strictly to the conditions laid down in its lending programmes. In a letter to the KP Governor, it has ...

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SAMAA TVIran lifts ban on import of Pakistani kinnow: Khurram Dastgir
1 hour and 32 minutes ago

ISLAMABAD: Ministry of Agriculture of Iran has lifted ban on import of Pakistani kinnow, Minister for Commerce Engineer Khurram Dastgir Khan on Monday said. The minister, in a statement said this year, fast progress will be made in trade between ...

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Geo News, PakistanSECP's broker-license regulations pull 100-index down 500 points
1 hour and 40 minutes ago
Geo News, Pakistan

KARACHI: Sinking on the Security and Exchange Commission of Pakistan's (SECP) proposals pertaining to the brokers' licensing regulations, Pakistan's KSE-100 index sank 500 points on Monday. Thin volume and caution explained the investors' sentiment ...

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The Express TribuneMarket watch: Stocks bleed as KSE-100 endures another fall
2 hours and 28 minutes ago
The Express Tribune

The KSE-100 Index's downward trend continued as stocks across the board came under selling pressure amid political noise and lack of positive triggers. At close on Monday, the Pakistan Stock Exchange's (PSX) benchmark KSE 100-share Index finished ...

The Express TribuneOGRA proposes Rs2.96 per litre increase in petrol price
3 hours and 8 minutes ago
The Express Tribune

ISLAMABAD: The regulator has proposed an increase of up to Rs17.55 per litre in the prices of petroleum products for the first 15 days of March following a rise in global crude oil prices. The upward revision was suggested by the Oil and Gas Regulatory ...

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Huffington PostThe Energy Industry: Disruption and Global Transformation
4 hours and 14 minutes ago
Huffington Post

The first hit was the computer mainframe industry in the 1980s, then the conventional camera business of the 1990s was transmogrified followed by the telecommunication industry in the 2000s: and now it is the turn of the electric power utilities to ...

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Khaleej TimesWhy Pakistan is facing a widening current account deficit
6 hours and 43 minutes ago
Khaleej Times

Pakistan is facing a widening current account deficit, caused by deepening external and internal factors. But business growth is good. The current account deficit has come close to doubling to $4.716 billion during seven months of July-January of the ...

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Daily PakistanAkzoNobel, partners developing drone technology; partner with Turkey to complete Karachi shipyard project
8 hours and 50 minutes ago
Daily Pakistan

Lahore: AkzoNobel Pakistan, the local arm of the world's largest decorative paints company, has recently completed a project with the Karachi Shipyard and Engineering Works (KSEW) in collaboration with the Government of Turkey. The company provided ...

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The Express TribuneChina's steel dumping awakens a snoozing NTC
February 27th, 2017 - 10:35:51
The Express Tribune

LAHORE: China is the largest steel producer in the world and contributes up to 50% of the total production. It started to expand production back in 2008 owing to a huge fiscal stimulus that resulted in urbanisation of China on a large scale with huge ...

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The Express TribuneNEPRA report: No power distribution company performing up to the mark
February 27th, 2017 - 10:18:00
The Express Tribune

ISLAMABAD: The National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (Nepra) has released performance report for the year 2014-15 which gives an opportunity to have some discussion on the issue. Following broad conclusions can be made after examining the ...

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