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Saturday, 28 February 2015
KARACHI: Import of used vehicles continued to show negative trend as only 17,968 units were imported in engine capacity range of 660cc to above 3,000cc including jeeps (4x4) in July-April 2013-14 ...
Monday, 02 June 2014
... m by the end of 2014, enough to provide electricity to about 16 million people. Under Secretary Novelli and Finance Minister Dar also highlighted the significance of USAID's Pakistan Private Investme ...
Saturday, 12 April 2014
4. Islamic finance good alternative: SBP
(Highlights/Business News)
Monday, 07 April 2014
5. Bridging the tax gap
(Highlights/Business News)
...  There are more than one form of tax evasion such as none or under reporting of tax liability. Inadequate staff, scarcity of physical and financial resources and/or poor working capacity of the ta ...
Monday, 07 April 2014
6. Pakistan Steel: groping in the dark
(Highlights/Business News)
...  at 8pc per annum. From 6.84 million tonnes per year in 2004-05, the demand is likely to increase to about 10MTPY in 2015. The current annual installed capacity of steel products is about 4.9MTPY ...
Monday, 07 April 2014
7.
(Highlights/Business News)
... ment & Management Company, Pakistan Stone Development Company, Faisalabad Garments City Ltd, National Logistic Board, National Highway Council and Pak-China Investment Company. Additional Fi ...
Monday, 24 March 2014
8. Car sales grow by 3.5pc
(Highlights/Business News)
... sales of Honda Civic, City, Toyota Corolla, Suzuki Bolan and Suzuki Cultus thus pushing up overall car sales figures to 76,072 units as compared to 73,502 units. Sales of Suzuki Mehran, Swift and ...
Tuesday, 11 March 2014
9. 3,000MW to be imported from Iran
(Highlights/Business News)
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan will get 3,000MW electricity from Iran through a Dubai-based international company. The Al-Aqili Group, which has offered to supply 3,000MW to Pakistan from Iran under a long-term ...
Tuesday, 11 March 2014
10. UAE firm signs $2.5bn multi-project MoU
(Highlights/Business News)
... coal-based power projects at Gadani, a jetty for coal import and a transmission line to add 1,320 megawatts of electricity to national grid at an investment of $2.5 billion. The MoU signing ceremony ...
Thursday, 06 March 2014
... r Port. In Gwadar, an integrated development plan of Gwadar city has been chalked out which includes infrastructure facilities and construction of Gwadar airport. The planning minister further inform ...
Thursday, 27 February 2014
12. Asian shares lower despite G20 growth pledge
(Highlights/Business News)
Monday, 24 February 2014
13. Market potential for Kinnow in Europe
(Highlights/Business News)
The European Union is one of the most attractive markets for Pakistani fruits and vegetables because of its size and the paying capacity of its consumers. Within the EU, Germany, United Kingdom, ...
Monday, 24 February 2014
14. GE urged to invest in Pakistan
(Highlights/Business News)
... t to help Pakistan address its energy shortage through wind power projects. Wind projects are expected to bring up to 1750MW of clean, renewable energy to the national electricity grid by the end  ...
Wednesday, 19 February 2014
... esides, they wanted all trucks to cross the LoC at 9am and return by 4pm even if their consignments remain unloaded, he added. Faced with capacity constraints, at present both sides are manually  ...
Wednesday, 19 February 2014
16. Car sales inch up
(Highlights/Business News)
...  Suzuki Swift and Liana was nullified by sales growth in Honda Civic, City and Toyota Corolla. Honda Civic and Honda City sales rose to 5,525 and 7,064 units from 4,718 and 5,795 units. A total o ...
Wednesday, 12 February 2014
17. Accord today for $900m ADB assistance
(Highlights/Business News)
... 1200MW of electricity, is expected to be completed by the end of 2018, and its outcome will be a more efficient energy mix through diversification from expensive furnace oil to less expensive coal. ...
Wednesday, 12 February 2014
18. ECC takes politically tough decisions
(Highlights/Business News)
ISLAMABAD: An unannounced decision of the economic coordination committee (ECC) of the federal cabinet to end all subsidies for electricity consumers has paved the way for a successful end to the ...
Monday, 10 February 2014
19. Pakistan economy improving: IMF
(Highlights/Business News)
... Pakistan had to commit to changes in the economy designed to increase growth and improve financial stability. The measures aim to bring down the deficit, reduce pervasive electricity shortages and ...
Monday, 10 February 2014
...  dire need of induction of low-cost electricity into its system.  ...
Thursday, 06 February 2014
21. Grappling with food inflation
(Highlights/Business News)
Monday, 27 January 2014
22. Specialising in hydropower technology
(Highlights/Business News)
Monday, 27 January 2014
23. State Bank leaves policy rate unchanged
(Highlights/Business News)
... ntial credit uptake by sectors, such as textiles, electricity, gas, and water and commerce and trade has been observed. In reply to a question, he said the State Bank has been working with the ...
Monday, 20 January 2014
...  Malik Shakir Awan, recommended to the government to save growers from losses due to high rates of fertilisers, electricity and diesel, and to give subsidy to them as being given in neighbouring cou ...
Thursday, 16 January 2014
25. Production cost of cement may go up.
(Highlights/Business News)
... by Rs10-12 per cement bag by the companies having gas-fed captive power plants (mainly D G Khan, Lucky, Maple Leaf etc). The plants which mainly consume electricity from national grid (Kohat, Larfage, ...
Thursday, 09 January 2014
26. Niche market for biomass power
(Highlights/Business News)
... agriculture and power sectors. A noble cause indeed! Given the depth of national power crisis, the planners, no doubt, would have to look for every niche to produce electricity and given the apparent ...
Monday, 06 January 2014
27. Poor planning leads to hike in fuel prices
(Highlights/Business News)
ISLAMABAD: The six months of PML-N rule has led to hike in electricity tariff and increase in prices of oil and gas, for which analysts blame poor policies and weak financial management. They ...
Monday, 06 January 2014
28. Fertiliser prices on the rise
(Highlights/Business News)
Rising uncertainty surrounding the cost, and uninterrupted supply, of gas seems to have cast a cloud over the fertiliser industry as it starts 2014. Only last week, the government revived an increase ...
Monday, 06 January 2014
29. Making remittances more productive
(Highlights/Business News)
Monday, 06 January 2014
30. ECC diverts gas to textile units
(Highlights/Business News)
Wednesday, 18 December 2013

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