ISLAMABAD: The Cabinet Committee on Privatisation (CCoP) approved on Wednesday a hybrid option for the...
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This will enable fund managers for on-boarding market makers easily, says SECP.
Khusro Bakhtiar emphasises the need for gearing up the momentum to meet timelines of the projects.
Foreign investment has been reported in 38 new companies.
Abdul Hafeez Shaikh stresses that immediate attention is required to contain the losses in a number of SOEs.
ISLAMABAD: The Director General of World Health Organisation, Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, has commended the work...
ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Information Commission on Saturday notified a schedule of costs for getting information...
RAWALPINDI: A two-day national seminar and exhibition on ‘Defence Production – Security through Self Reliance’...
A Chinese delegation from the city of Chongqing meets Planning Minister Makhdoom Khusro Bakhtyar.
ISLAMABAD: The privatisation process for Balloki and Haveli Bahadur power plants, owned by the National Power Parks...
FAO says worldwide every year, unsafe food or water kill more people than HIV, AIDS, malaria and measles combined.
Last year trade between two countries increased three times but we are capable of increasing it ten times, noted Ganiev.
In February, Pakistan and Japan signed a memorandum of cooperation on a technical intern training programme.
The International Development Association (IDA) will provide a credit of $100 million for the project.
The approval of two plants in the valley will pave a way forward for many other similar small hydropower projects.
"The present govt is committed to uplift marginalised areas of the country to bring it at par with developed regions."
The federal govt will provide grants to provinces through incentive grants system, subject to fulfilment of baselines.
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan and the United States held regular consultations on Thursday under the Trade and Investment...
"If cotton price falls below support price levels, the govt should intervene to protect interests of growers."
Small-scale and poor farmers have complained that policy makers remain inaccessible to them.