Islamabad: A 31-member trade delegation of Pakistan Afghanistan Joint Chamber of Commerce and Industry will visit Afghanistan from October 7 -11, 2012.
Karachi: Pakistan Sri Lanka trade has more than doubled in the last few years to $400, but potential exists to take it much higher. This was said by Sri Lankan Consul General D.W. Jinadasa at a reception hosted by President Pakistan Sri Lanka Business Forum Mr Tarek Moinuddin Khan in honour of the 18-member delegation…
Karachi: The State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) has cut its policy rate by 50 basis points to 10 percent from 10.5 percent with effect from 8th October 2012. The decision to cut the policy rate was taken by the Central Board of Directors of the State Bank of Pakistan at its meeting held under the…
Gujranwala:Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited (PTCL) Gujranwala Region arranged special celebrations to mark the milestone of first 100,000 Broadband users in the region. Mr. Walid Irshaid President & CEO PTCL and senior management specially travelled to Gujranwala to join and felicitate the regional teams who have worked hard to achieve this milestone.
Islamabad: The Federal Board of Revenue decided to take strict action against 6 million tax evaders.
Karachi: The dollar hit a record-high level against the rupee in the interbank on Friday when the greenback was traded at Rs 95.49.
Islamabad: ZONG has appointed a new Manager for its Public Relations and CSR function. Joining the competent team of ZONG is Farooq Niaz who brings with him over 9 years of experience in electronic media, printing, public relations, corporate communications and event management.
Karachi: The Council of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Pakistan (ICAP) in its meeting held on October 2, 2012 elected office bearers for the term 2012-13.
Paris: Global food prices rose by 1.4 percent in September after holding steady for two months as cereals, meat and dairy prices climbed, the UN Food and Agricultural Organization said Thursday.
LJUBLJANA, Slovenia: The European Central Bank is expected to hold fire on interest rates and other policy moves on Thursday as it takes stock of the market impact of its latest anti-crisis plans, analysts say.