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Young entrepreneurs vow to serve Pakistan

Lahore : Success stories of young entrepreneurs emanate in letter and spirit that there is no country in the world except Pakistan that offer glorious opportunities for business and investment and that it is a land of promise and potential for positive thinkers and doers. Many a young Pakistani have ... Read More »

POL discovers largest oil, gas reserves in Attock

Lahore : Pakistan Oil fields Limited (POL) had discovered one of the largest oil and gas reserves from its Jhandial well (Punjab) in last five years. Jhandial well is located in Ikhlas Block in Northern Potwar, about 83 kilometers Southwest of Islamabad in District Attock said an official. POL holds 80% share ... Read More »

FPCCI suggests high import duties on unnecessary imports

Lahore : The Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FPCCI) on Monday suggested increasing import duties on unnecessary imports and impose the 100 percent LC margin on preventable imports to improve the balance of payments situation. The Government has already taken some laudable steps to restrict unnecessary imports ... Read More »

Reem Abbasi elected unopposed as President of the IWCCI

Lahore : Known entrepreneur Reem Abbasi has been elected unopposed as President of the Islamabad Women’s Chamber of Commerce and Industry (IWCCI). Sofia Akhter has been elected as Senior Vice President while Munazza Arif has been voted as Vice President of IWCCI. Those who were elected to the Executive Committee ... Read More »

A Chinese company to establish a Soda Ash plant near Joharabad

Lahore : A Chinese company has decided to invest heavily in different sectors of Pakistan’s economy and it will start its venture by investing Rs4 billion to establish a Soda Ash plant near Joharabad, Punjab. In this regard the CEO of Hong Kong Zhong Huan Company  Manli Wang visited Pakistan ... Read More »

Export industries’ problems should be resolved : NA Standing Committee

Lahore : National Assembly’s Standing Committee on Finance, Revenue and Economic Affairs, today, unanimously recommended the complete official patronage of the export sector of the country besides stressing the need of making all out sincere efforts to halt the prevailing decline in national exports  and give maximum boom to the ... Read More »

World moving slowly towards agri trade liberalization : Zubair Tufail

Lahore : President of the Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FPCCI) Zubair Tufail said agricultural trade has gained importance in these times offering new opportunities and challenges. He said that Pakistan is also doing a lot to improve agriculture while CPEC has opened our agricultural sector to ... Read More »

People to buy expensive tomato or don’t eat : Sikandar Bosan

Lahore : Sikandar Hayat Khan Bosan, Federal Minister for National Food Security & Research, has said that he does not see elections before March 2018 and all wishes of Imran Khan could not be fulfilled. He was talking to the media here after attending a workshop on “Advances in Agricultural Biotechnology and Regulatory Affairs”, as ... Read More »

Tomato will be out of reach to the commoners for next 20 days

Lahore : Spokesman of Marketing Wing Agriculture Department said that tomato prices raised in local market due to decay of crop in Balochistan. He said that new production of tomatoes from KPK will arrive into market within 20 days and tomato prices will be lessened. Onion supply is right know coming ... Read More »

COMSATS organized a forum on South-South Cooperation-2030

Lahore : Commission on Science and Technology for Sustainable Development and Technology in the South (COMSATS) on Tuesday organized a forum on South-South Cooperation-2030 agenda for sustainable development goals (SDGs). Speakers on the occasion emphasized the need to focus on science and technology through which countries could flourish and achieve the development goals. ... Read More »

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