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Atlas Honda launches new motorcycle for Rs160,000

 Atlas Honda Limited (AHL) launched a new motorcycle at a price tag of Rs160,000, targeting the high-end segment of the market with a 150cc engine. The company, which is also...

Builders wary as cement prices continue rise

Cement prices have gone up by nearly Rs50 on a bag since July last year after manufacturers passed on the impact of additional taxes and duties announced in the...

APTMA to observe ‘Black Day’ on June 20 across country

All Pakistan Textile Mills Association (APTMA) announced to close mills all over the country on Tuesday to observe Black Day against the anti-industry, anti-investment and anti-export policies of the...

Supreme Court orders National Refinery to pay Rs305 million to SBP

The Supreme Court has ordered National Refinery Limited (NRL) to pay Rs305 million to the State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) for failing to pay Saudi Aramco (Saudi Arabian Oil...

Toyota to increase investment in Pakistan

"Toyota Boshoku is willing to increase investment in Pakistan for manufacturing world class interior components," said Dr Shuhei Toyoda, Chairman Toyota Boshoku Corporation, during his visit to Thal Boshoku...
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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...