Consumers paying up to Rs180 per kg as compared to Rs80 before floods in Sindh and Balochistan.
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Private sector more active than government in saving flood-hit people from starvation.
Super fine variety sells for Rs114 per kg.
The new rate of the 10kg flour bag has been fixed at Rs995 as compared to Rs945.
Expensive building material, devastating floods blamed for slowdown in July-Aug.
Plants shut down due to parts shortages and delivery disruptions because of flood devastation across the country.
Demands withdrawal of power tariff hike, fuel adjustment charges.
Floods destroy standing crops in Sindh, Balochistan.
Apma chairman says around 50pc two-wheelers were sold in rural areas.
Millers have shocked already-stressed consumers by raising the prices of various flour varieties by Rs4 per kg.
Despite uncertain conditions, they strive to roll out locally assembled vehicles well within the deadlines in the next two years.
Overall car, truck, and SUV sales fell to a 23-month low of 11,883 units in July.
Commodity prices even go up or stay unchanged despite nearly 12pc increase in local currency’s value against dollar.
Kia says it had created a precedent by setting a benchmark for other assemblers in terms of price setting.
New prices are applicable on current back orders and new orders placed from Aug 17.