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Textile exports rise...

ISLAMABAD: Exports of textile and clothing surged to $1.207 billion...

Indian envoy for...

LAHORE: India and Pakistan have the potential to become a...

Exports to EU...

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan’s exports to the European Union grew by 20...

Halal Food exports...

Lahore: Pakistan's Halal Food exports have the potential to overtake...

IDC looks for...

lahore: A high-level strategic delegation of Italian Development Committee (IDC)...

FPCCI working to...

Islamabad - FPCCI was working on a mechanism to improve...

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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...

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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.

BASF to increase production capacities for bismuth vanadate pigments in...

Investments due to increasing demand for alternatives to lead chromate pigments BASF to introduce two new bismuth vanadate pigments in 2015 Bismuth vanadates are yellow pigments with a special greenish color tone,...

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...

Govt changes duty structure

ISLAMABAD: The government has changed the duty structure on import of over 888 items besides imposing of 5 per cent sales tax on products, plants and machinery. Official documents show that...

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Textile exports rise 10pc

ISLAMABAD: Exports of textile and clothing surged...

Indian envoy for improved bilateral trade

LAHORE: India and Pakistan have the potential...

Top Trading News

Textile exports rise 10pc

ISLAMABAD: Exports of textile and clothing surged to $1.207 billion...

Indian envoy for improved bilateral...

LAHORE: India and Pakistan have the potential to become a...

Exports to EU rise 20pc...

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan’s exports to the European Union grew by 20...

Halal Food exports can overtake...

Lahore: Pakistan's Halal Food exports have the potential to overtake...

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Commentary

Textile exports rise 10pc

Indian envoy for improved bilateral trade

Exports to EU rise 20pc to €5.067bn

Halal Food exports can overtake textiles in five years: PEW

IDC looks for investment in Punjab

FPCCI working to improve country’s tax revenue

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