Exporters say the Sindh govt is still dragging its feet in granting them permission to resume operations.
Aamir Shafaat Khan
Traders say that the continuous closure of markets and shop risks creating chaos.
Manufacturers, wholesalers and retailers are cashing in on an extraordinary demand for commodities during the lockdown.
“We can sustain with available raw material stocks till April," says PPMA chairman.
Recent cuts in diesel prices have reduced the transportation cost and this benefit should be passed on to consumers.
Assure authorities they will adhere to guidelines issued by Sindh govt, WHO regarding workplace safety, transportation.
KARACHI: Commodity stakeholders have said that consumers may face problems in getting food items owing to detention...
KARACHI: Pharmaceutical and packaged food manufacturers have been allowed to continue operations during the...
Consumers are told to avoid stocking flour as it lost its quality after a month.
Claim animals have to be purchased from outside Karachi due to closure of livestock markets in the wake of coronavirus..
Consumers have resorted to panic-buying amid fears of shortages from the impact of coronavirus.
The demand for items such as pulses, cooking oil, sugar and rice has increased by 20-30 per cent.
The Europe Union (EU) is the second biggest trading partner of Pakistan.
Former Kati chairman says coronavirus has kept palm oil prices under pressure.
Car sales plunged by 43.4pc to 79,537 units.
KARACHI: The price of potato has increased to Rs50 per kilogram followed by up to Rs80 per kg rate of onion as...
KARACHI: Consumers are not likely to receive any big price relief in transportation cost and prices of commodities...
The sole reason for the declining price of vegetables is the arrival of new crops and not a fear of crackdown.
A Nestle official says the price hike to rising input costs, high transportation charges.
Previously booked shipments are being cleared easily while new orders face troubles.