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Some petroleum products’ prices remain unchanged: Ishaq Dar

Lahore: Finance Minister Senator Muhammad Ishaq Dar Thursday said the government would provide subsidy of about Rs 1.5 billion to keep prices of some petroleum products unchanged during the month of April. Talking to media, Dar said the Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (OGRA) in its summary had suggested an increase in prices of ... Read More »

Pakistan is not going to dispose off the Roosevelt Hotel New York:Privatisation Commission

Lahore: The privatisation process for Roosevelt Hotel has not been initiated yet. The Privatisation Commission (“PC”) has not even started the process for hiring a Financial Advisor / Valuator for the privatisation of Roosevelt Hotel, which is the first step under the law for initiation of any transaction by PC. ... Read More »

Mujtaba Shuja invites the tourists to come to see the beauty of Asian Switzerland

Lahore: Provincial Minister for Excise & Taxation Mujtaba Shuja-ur-Rehman has said that Pakistan is the most beautiful country of the world where beautiful combination of civilization, culture and geographical changes attract the tourists. He said it is true that Pakistan is the Switzerland of Asia where there are vast deserts, ... Read More »

FPCCI strongly condemn Lahore blast :Rauf Alam

Lahore: The Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce and Industry  President Abdul Rauf Alam on Monday strongly condemn act of terror Lahore in which dozens of innocent were targeted. A suicide blast at a crowded park killed around 72 including children and women, while over 300 people were wounded which ... Read More »

Bilal Yasin visits Shadman Sunday bazaar

Lahore: Provincial Minister for Food Bilal Yasin has said that government is paying special attention to the provision of quality edible items and fresh fruits in Sunday bazaars and by eliminating the role of middleman, an opportunity has been given to farmers to sell their products directly to the citizens ... Read More »

Senator Akram Zaki supports the idea of importing electricity from Iran

Lahore: Former state minister for foreign affairs Senator Akram Zaki on Sunday said Pakistan and Iran enjoy strong political relations but economic relations are not satisfactory. He lauded the efforts of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to cement economic ties with Iran which will benefit both countries and entire region. Senator ... Read More »

United International Group calls for steps to safeguard cotton growers

Lahore: Chairman of the United International Group Mian Shahid on Sunday asked the government to take meaningful steps to safeguard cotton growers from any untoward situation in the future lest it bring down the annual production. He also demanded steps aimed at safeguarding the rights of planters who are in ... Read More »

Iranian President visit is a beginning of a new era: FPCCI

Lahore: The Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce and Industry termed visit of Iranian President Hassan Rouhani to Pakistan as highly significant which will unleash a new era of cordial economic, cultural and political ties between both brotherly countries. The two countries must benefit from strengths of each other and ... Read More »

Changes in refund mechanism to boost exports :Mian Zahid Hussain

Lahore: President Pakistan Businessmen and Intellectuals Forum (PBIF), President AKIA, Senior Vice Chairman of the Businessmen Panel of FPCCI and former provincial minister Mian Zahid Hussain on Friday proposed changes in the refund mechanism to boost exports. Facility of zero rated regime (no tax no refunds) should be provided to ... Read More »

TDAP links export target to payment of refunds

Lahore: Chief Executive Officer of Trade Development Authority of Pakistan (TDAP) SM Muneer on Friday said export target of USD 35 billion can he achieved in the next three years. Meeting export target is possible subject to immediate payment of exporters refunds stuck up since long, he said. In a ... Read More »

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