Daily Archives: May 18, 2020

In Collaboration with Leading Telcos, Experian Helps Thousands of COVID-19 impacted Consumers in Asia to Stay Connected

Experian is working with existing telco partners across Asian markets to allow them to rapidly provide assistance to their subscribers to minimise financial or movement control impacts of the COVID-19 outbreak – by offering temporary increased credit limits, reduced fees and

National Incubation Center Opens Applications for its 8th Cohort

National Incubation Center Pakistan has started accepting applications for incubation in its 8th Cohort. This is an opportunity for aspiring entrepreneurs, students, and existing entrepreneurs to step up with NIC, and create innovative and meaningful solutions to address the socio-economic challenges the

PIA’s Losses Fall 16% in CY 2019

Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) has finally announced its consolidated financial results for the year ending on December 31, 2019. The national carrier has reported a staggering loss of Rs. 56.03 billion in 2019, showing a decline of 16% over the

Mobile Phone Imports Decline by 36% Due to the Coronavirus Pandemic

The import of Mobile Phones into the country plummeted by 36.35% during April 2020 as compared to the corresponding period of last year due to the low demand and disruption in supply chains amid the coronavirus pandemic. Pakistan imported mobile phones worth

Govt ready to listen to all stakeholders to prepare next budget: Hafeez Shaikh

Adviser on Finance Hafeez Sheikh has said the government is ready to listen to all stakeholders to prepare the next budget in accordance with the needs of prevailing economic circumstances. He was chairing a meeting through video link with tax

Financial aid being disbursed in transparent manner: Punjab CM

Punjab Chief Minister Usman Buzdar says under Insaf Imdad program, financial aid is being disbursed among deserving people in a transparent manner across the province. In a statement in Lahore, he said this program will alleviate the economic problems of

High-level meeting decides not to resume public transport in Balochistan

A high-level meeting chaired by Balochistan Chief Minister Jam Kamal Khan in Quetta on Monday decided not to resume public transport in the province for now. The meeting discussed matters related to coronavirus and provision of medical equipment in hospitals.