All projects will convert their contracts to ‘take and pay basis’.
FBR has received an impressive response from builders, developers and taxpayers on the construction package.
New mechanism will enable companies in Pakistan to make instant payments to globally recognised digital service providers.
Nervous investors started to jettison shares mainly in the sectors worst impacted by GIDC verdict.
Official sources say 317 trucks loaded with dried fruit and other goods crossed into Pakistan from Afghanistan.
Govt asked to establish Large Tax Unit in Peshawar.
ECC approves payment of $125m liabilities of Roosevelt Hotel.
Offers tax concessions, power plants on competitive bidding.
SAPM Babar says Pakistan has requested Saudi Arabia to extend oil facility on deferred payment after expiry of one-year agreement.
Imran Khan says facilitating small investors in construction and other business top-most priority of the government.
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K-Electric CEO says loadshedding is an outcome of the federal government’s flip-flops on key issues.
About 3-5pc of big businesses in Pakistan did manage to make adjustments to ride through the tough phase comparatively unscathed.
Leveraging drone technology alone will enable farmers to increase their productivity through improved pest management.
Published in Dawn, The Business and Finance Weekly, August 10th, 2020
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