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Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Apple’s revenues fall in China as rivals pull ahead

Apple Inc is binding itself more closely to China as its share of the world’s biggest smartphone market slips and it becomes more reliant on selling services which require...

Despite ban, Punjab govt to purchase 520 vehicles worth Rs600 million

Punjab government is all set to purchase 520 new vehicles worth Rs600 million as summary has been forwarded to provincial sub-cabinet committee on finance despite objections raised by Planning...

PSO seeks 905,000 tonnes of oil products for September

Pakistan State Oil is seeking 905,000 tonnes of gasoline and fuel oil for September, three tender documents showed on Wednesday. The state-owned company is seeking 10 cargoes of 65,000...

Textile, clothing exports decline 12.24 percent in May

Pakistan's textile and clothing exports have declined 12.24 per cent to $ 938.589 million in May 2017 from $ 1.069 billion for the same month a year before, Pakistan...

Baby powder milk makers issued final notices

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Health Department has issued final notice to companies, both local and multi-national, producing baby powder milk to properly print wording about importance of `Mother milk' on the...
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Top-class Pharma company with renowned brands to be listed in November

Transaction Overview OBS Pakistan (Private) Limited (“OBSPL”) and Muller & Phipps (Pakistan) (Private) Limited (“M&P”), major shareholders of AGP Limited (“AGPL”) intend to offer 20,000,000...

Today’s Major News : Summary from all news Papers

Today’s Major News Impact International News 1. Stocks in Asia Are Mostly Higher; Dollar Declines https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-10-09/asia-faces-mixed-start-for-equities-dollar-flat-markets-wrap Neutral Political  Noise 2. PM says days of depending on US are over http://fp.brecorder.com/2017/10/20171010224818/ Neutral 3. Nawaz to be indicted...

NEPRA announces decision on K Electric: better but still disappointing

NEPRA announces decision on K Electric: better but still disappointing NEPRA has announced its decision in the matter of ‘Motions for Leave for Review’ filed by K-Electric Limited...