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British Pakistanis can...

LONDON: Prime Minister’s Special Envoy Javed Malik has said that...

Envoy asks Chinese...

BEIJING: Pakistan’s Am­b­a­ssador to China Masood Khalid has said that...

KATI Gets New...

KARACHI: Rashid Ahmed Siddiqui was elected unopposed the president of...

‘Limited product range...

LAHORE: Structural imbalances in the textile chain, limited product range,...

Pakistan, Australia sign...

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan and Australia have signed a memorandum of understanding...

LCCI demands early...

LAHORE - The Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry has...

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No anti-dumping duty on PSF...

LAHORE - The National Tariff Commission, which had initiated anti-dumping investigation in June 2012 against the PSF import from China, has declared not to impose...

No anti-dumping duty on PSF...

LAHORE - The National Tariff Commission, which had initiated anti-dumping investigation in June 2012 against the PSF import from China, has declared not to impose...

Currencies

    FBR agrees to reduce sales tax on textiles

    FBR agrees to reduce sales tax on textiles

    ISLAMABAD - In a major development, the association of the textile mills has succeeded in convincing tax authorities to lower the general sales tax (GST) on sales of their products in the domestic market from April 1.

    Tougher Chinese policies turn screw on global coal demand

    Coal will continue to grow, but will be dampened by tough environmental regulations in China, says International Energy Agency

    Pak-India should open more trade avenues

    Islamabad—Indian High commissioner TCA Raghavan on Tuesday said that Pakistan and India should have open discussion on MFN status, visa

    Cyber Monday sales could reach $1.5 billion

    KARACHI: Karachi Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KCCI) has said that any move by the government to restore octroi will

    Dubai wants to be centre for Islamic business

    (Reuters) - Dubai unveiled plans on Saturday to become a centre for business that follows Islamic principles in areas from

    Pakistan, India open markets for each other

    NEW DELHI: Seeking to boost bilateral trade, Pakistan and India on Saturday decided to set up a non-discriminatory market access (NDMA) programme, keep the Wagah-Attari border open 24 hours throughout the year and facilitate the opening of bank branches in each others’ country.

    Pakistan, India open markets for each other

    NEW DELHI: Seeking to boost bilateral trade, Pakistan and India on Saturday decided to set up a non-discriminatory market access (NDMA) programme, keep the Wagah-Attari border open 24 hours throughout the year and facilitate the opening of bank branches in each others’ country.

    The 14th China International Dye Industry, Pigments and Textile Chemicals Exhibition

    The 14th China International Dye Industry, Pigments and Textile Chemicals Exhibition (China Interdye 2014), organized by the China Dyestuff Industry Association,

    British Pakistanis can improve Pak-UK trade ties, says Javed Malik

    LONDON: Prime Minister’s Special Envoy Javed Malik has said that there are great opportunities to expand the trade and commerce relations between Pakistan and the United Kingdom (UK) and the...

    Gold imports decline by 43.48pc in...

    ISLAMABAD: The gold imports during the first 11 months of the outgoing fiscal year 2013-14 plunged by 43.48 percent as against the same period of last year. According to data revealed...

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    British Pakistanis can improve Pak-UK trade...

    LONDON: Prime Minister’s Special Envoy Javed Malik...

    Envoy asks Chinese to invest in...

    BEIJING: Pakistan’s Am­b­a­ssador to China Masood Khalid...

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    British Pakistanis can improve Pak-UK...

    LONDON: Prime Minister’s Special Envoy Javed Malik has said that...

    Envoy asks Chinese to invest...

    BEIJING: Pakistan’s Am­b­a­ssador to China Masood Khalid has said that...

    KATI Gets New President

    KARACHI: Rashid Ahmed Siddiqui was elected unopposed the president of...

    ‘Limited product range reins textile...

    LAHORE: Structural imbalances in the textile chain, limited product range,...

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    Commentary

    KATI Gets New President

    ‘Limited product range reins textile sector exports’

    Pakistan, Australia sign MoU to boost trade

    LCCI demands early refund of ST, IT claims

    KCCI inks MoU with UK-Pak Chamber in Manchester

    Tax card holders to get numerous benefits: FBR

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