Islamabad: The Prime Minister of Pakistan Raja Pervaiz Ashraf formed a committee to review running of vehicles on water.According to Private TV channel , the committee comprises Religious Affairs Minister Khursheed Shah, Federal Minister for Science and Technology Mir Changez Khan Jamali and Advisor to the Prime Minister on Petroleum ... Read More »
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Lahore : LCCI former president Sheikh Muhammad Arshad has passed away . Inna Lillahe wa Inna elehe R...
Lahore : Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif has inspected the 1230 megawatt gas power pla...
Lahore : Cementing the commitment of offering the best service to passengers further, Shaheen Air In...
Lahore : Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif has visited eminent industrialist Ch Ahmad Saeed at hi...
Lahore : The Federation of Pakistan Chamber of Commerce and Industry (FPCCI) on Sunday said agricult...
Islamabad:Ambassador of Japan Mr. Hiroshi Oe on Friday said Japan considers Pakistan as a major development partner and the two countries will continue to support each other as true friends. Japan will continue to provide financial and technical assistance to Pakistan as we believe that this country has a great ... Read More »
Lahore:Government is planning to buy LNG on inflated rates under the garb of resolving energy crisis. According to reliable sources,all rules and regulations have been relaxed for the import of 500 million cubic feet of LNG per day under a long-term contract.Pakistan will have to pay some five million dollars ... Read More »
Islamabad:Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf Wednesday termed the achievement of $25 billion export target a great success, despite the global economic crunch and decreasing trend of exports worldwide.Talking to Amin Faheem senior Minister for Commerce here at the PM House he said the increase during FY-2011-12 speaks volumes about the ... Read More »
Islamabad: Ambassador of Romania to Pakistan Emilian Ion on Wednesday invited Pakistani business community to participate in Romexpo to be held in Bucharest, to explore business opportunities aimed at boosting bilateral trade. He said that improved links between Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FPCCI) and federal chamber ... Read More »
Islamabad: Ambassador of Sweden to Pakistan Lars-Hjalmar Wide on Tuesday said his country is interested in promising energy and transport sectors of Pakistan.He said that Sweden can prove a good market for Pakistani fruits, vegetables, meat. Leather, sports goods and textiles if potential is exploited properly. Lars-Hjalmar Wide said this ... Read More »
Lahore:Renowned marketing & management professional Rizwan Mumtaz Ali has assumed charge of Chairman National Fertilizers Corporation with effect from today. In his career spanning over 25 years, Rizwan Mumtaz Ali has served in frontline public and private sector organizations at key positions. He has served as Director Marketing Pakistan Television ... Read More »
Islamabad:US Ambassador to Pakistan Cameron Munter has lauded the successes of female entrepreneurs in Pakistan at a visit to the Islamabad Women Chamber of Commerce & Industry (IWCCI). During this visit, Ambassador Munter and Dr. Marilyn Wyatt met more than 100 successful women entrepreneurs, including Samina Fazil, founder President of ... Read More »
Islamabad:Federal Board of Revenue has taken yet another step to further facilitate tax payers. Today, SRO 774(I)/2012 dated 27.06.2012 is issued which supersedes the earlier SRO 606(I)/2012 dated 01.06.2012 which exempted the default surcharge and penalties on outstanding Sales Tax on account of illegally adjusted input tax. The condition for ... Read More »
Lahore: Pakistan Railways has offered three routes for NATO containers’ transportation. Railways authorities said they can operate three transport trains daily with thirty 40-feet containers. According to sources Pakistan Railways has offered to open three routes for the transportation of NATO containers from Karachi to Peshawar.These three routes included Karachi ... Read More »