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ISLAMABAD: The government is planning to increase regulatory duties on hundreds of products from existing two per cent to 3pc in order to discourage imports of non-essential commodities as part of the move to control the widening...
PARIS: Fiat Chrysler proposed on Monday to merge with France’s Renault to create the world’s third-biggest automaker, worth $40 billion, and combine forces in the race to make electric and autonomous vehicles. The merged...
KARACHI: Despite tensions following the Pulwama incident and downing of an Indian Air Force jet, the border trade between the two arch rivals did not see much change and witnessed a six per cent decline during the...
TOKYO: Donald Trump pressed Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Monday to even out a trade imbalance with the United States and told a news conference with Abe after their summit that he wanted US exports to...
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan's absolute outside obligation is about $106 billion with Chinese credit representing a negligible 10-11 percent of the total, while the remaining 89-90pc is from different sources, for example, the International Monetary Fund, Paris Club, and...
Falling interest combined with a flood in supply drove dollar's cost in open market on Monday to Rs149.50 — down a large portion of a rupee from the Rs150 rate in the former session.
KARACHI: Unity Foods Ltd has announced to acquire 69 per cent shares in Sunridge Foods Ltd for Rs367 million. In a notice to the Pakistan Stock Exchange on Monday, the company said funds will...
ISLAMABAD: With crucial meetings of the National Economic Council (NEC) and the federal cabinet lined up for the next few days, the government on Sunday firmed up budget proposals, including targets for taxation measures, for 2019-20.
Chances are that Pakistan will achieve a primary surplus, build up enough foreign exchange reserves and bring down the current account deficit to a safer level by the conclusion of the 39-month $6 billion Extended Fund Facility...
Indian shares inched higher on Monday, boosted by gains in utility and financial stocks, as cheer over Prime Minister Narendra Modi's return for a second term in office continued to buoy investor sentiment. Modi-led...

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