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Japan and the United States agreed on Friday to hold working-level gatherings intensively from ahead of schedule one month from now to proceed towards a two-way trade agreement, Economy Minister Toshimitsu Motegi said.
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan missed export target set for the outgoing fiscal year by a wide margin of $5.03 billion, Pakistan Bureau of Statistics reported on Saturday. Exports dropped one per cent during the fiscal year...
A test of the PTI government and its budget policies began on Saturday as traders all over the country answered a nationwide call to strike in protest against a drive by revenue authorities to document commercial activity...
ISLAMABAD: Leading Chinese companies on Friday assured Prime Minister Imran Khan that they would invest $5 billion in different sectors in Pakistan in the next three to five years. The assurance was extended to...
ISLAMABAD: The Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) has almost finalised its strategy to bring all sectors in the tax net, but it will not take any decision that will affect the industry and business in the country.
WASHINGTON: Twitter is moving to filter out inappropriate content based on religion as part of its effort to curb hate speech. In a policy update on Wednesday, Twitter said it would take down “dehumanising language” that targets...
Amazon will spend through $700 millionover the next six years to help retrain 33% of its US workforce to adjust to an economy progressively disturbed via automation and new technology. The training, which will...
The U.S. will explore a French plan to impose taxes on technology companies, a move that has been a prelude to new U.S. duties under the Trump administration. U.S. Exchange Representative Robert Lighthizer will...
While many Americans were out enjoying and celebrating, Fourth of July, a great number of individuals traveled to the Upside Down instead. The wait for season three of Stranger Things to arrive seemed endless, however, our most...
Samsung Electronics said Friday it anticipates that working benefit should tumble 56 percent for the second quarter of this current year even with a debilitating chip market. The world's biggest maker of smartphones and...

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