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Honda launches its 10th generation Honda Accord in Pakistan

LAHORE: Honda Atlas Cars Pakistan Limited on Wednesday launched an all-new 10th generation Honda Accord 2019 in Pakistan. The car was unveiled for the first...

ORGA decreases petrol, diesel prices by Rs 4.59 and Rs 5.33...

ISLAMABAD:   The government on the recommendations of the Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (OGRA) has decreased petrol and diesel prices for the month of...

FPCCI lauds PIA- vows to extend support

KARACHI: The top business leaders of country have shown their confidence over the PIA leadership and especially the recent performance of national flag carrier. This...

SECP undertakes major reforms to rejuvenate capital market and promote ease...

ISLAMABAD: The Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) as apex regulator of the capital markets is closely monitoring the ongoing stock market situation....

PIA management lays off nearly 1,000 surplus employees, says Arshad Malik

RAWALPINDI: The Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) management has laid off nearly 1,000 surplus employees and has taken other measures to reduce operational cost of...

Slower inflows of foreign investment a challenge, govt advisors say

ISLAMABAD: Monetary and Fiscal Policies Coordination Board on Wednesday said that slow inflows of Foreign Direct Investment are a big challenge for the country. A...

Nestlé Pakistan recorded sales of Rs 57.7bn

Nestlé Pakistan Limited recorded sales of Rs 57.7 billion during the half year ended June 2019, a decrease of 7.7 per cent over the...

Zong successfully conducts 5G trials in Pakistan

China Mobile Pakistan (CMPak, popularly known as Zong) on Thursday successfully conducted 5G trials in Pakistan, a press release issued by the company said. By...

CCP issues show cause notice to Pharma Bureau  

ISLAMABAD: The Competition Commission of Pakistan (CCP) while setting aside its Show Cause Notice issued to Pharma Bureau for prima facie cartelization, has warned...

US current tariff policy on China won’t work, says IMF

The United States tariffs on China won't fix the trade deficit, and neither will weakening the US dollar through interest rate cuts, the International...
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