ISLAMABAD: Pakistan State Oil’s (PSO) CEO Mr. Amjad Parvez Janjua and CFO Mr. Sohail Butt addressed The Islamabad Stock Exchange on Thursday and highlighted the stellar performance achieved by the Company during FY2014.
ISLAMABAD: Prices of Petroleum products are likely to decrease up to Rs 1.90 before Eid-ul-Adha in start of October, TheNewsTribe reported.
LAHORE: The Managing Director & CEO- PSO, Mr. Amjad Parvez Janjua and Deputy Managing Director & Head of IT and Finance, Mr. Sohail Ahmad Butt) visited The Lahore Stock Exchange to participate in the Corporate Briefing Program (CBP).
DUBAI: The price of the OPEC crude oil of Gulf countries has sharply declined by 14 dollars per barrel in last couple of months but sill people are waiting benefit in Pakistan.
KARACHI: The BOL Network which is expected to launch its television channel soon is aiming at a revenue of Rs500-550 million and a profit of Rs200 million a month once it (the channel) gains the top position in the industry, says Pakistan Media Insider (PMI).
KARACHI: PSO recorded all time high sales revenue, profit after tax and earnings per share. Sales revenue stood at Rs 1.4 trillion compared to Rs 1.29 trillion during the Same Period Last Year (SPLY), registering a growth of 9%. After tax earnings rose by 73% to Rs 21.8 billion as compared to Rs 12.6 billion…
KARACHI: Trade Development Authority of Pakistan (TDAP) staff has left for India to attend style Asia exhibition leaving behind those in the country who have to set stall at the exhibition, Dunya News reported.
ISLAMABAD/BEIJING: “Powerful players in today’s competition – be it business, politics wars or other areas – have the ability to influence not only the ground situation from a distance but also the human minds by managing the perceptions in their favor irrespective of the legitimacy or otherwise of their objectives.
ISLAMABAD: United States, through the U.S. Agency for International Development’s (USAID) Entrepreneurs Project, has helped increase the incomes of 75,000 beneficiaries over the past three years.
ISLAMABAD: Ministry of Petroleum on Sunday accepted the summary of Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (OGRA) to reduce the prices of petroleum products