ISLAMABAD: Overseas Pakistani workers remitted US $ 1328.18 million in the first month (July) of Financial Year FY17 as compared to US $ 1663.61 million received during the same period in the preceding year.
ISLAMABAD: The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has announced it will release the last installment of a $6.6 billion economic bailout package to Pakistan, as Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif hailed an end to the country’s reliance on the lender.
RAWALPINDI: The Competition Commission of Pakistan (CCP) has issued a Show Cause Notice to Bahria Town (Private) Limited for violating Competition Act and for abusing its dominant position.
Increased demand of its brand in the market, Pak Suzuki Motors has hiked prices of various automobiles from Rs 25,000 to 100,000 per unit.
ISLAMABAD: National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (NEPRA) has announced a cut down in the power tariffs by Rs.2.80 per unit on Thursday.
NEW YORK: Global airlines will need an average of 31,000 new pilots every year for the next two decades as the air transport industry expands, Boeing said on Monday.
Pakistan is finally realising the advantages of holding large-scale expos and as the economy moves towards recovery, the idea that industrial and commercial trade events can increase visibility and attract foreign investment is gaining traction among the local business community, especially since Pakistan was recently upgraded by MSCI from a ‘frontier market’ to an ‘emerging…
KARACHI: Pakistan stocks rallied to a record closing high on Tuesday on news a tax rebate would benefit shariah-compliant companies, dealers said.
ISLAMABAD: The State Bank of Pakistan has taken immediate remedial measures with the concerned bank to ensure uninterrupted provision of banking services to the general public, particularly the pensioners. The operations of National Bank have now been restored and it is providing its services to the pensioners. Customers of the bank had to face difficulties…
KARACHI: Pakistan stocks closed steady on Thursday as the 2015/16 financial year draws to a close and ahead of a long holiday next week for Eid, dealers said.